Sunrae Environmental produces ethanol from cellulosic materials. We use the sugars from the materials through fermentation to make the ethanol. This removes many of the organic materials presently going to landfills. Ethanol production not only burns cleaner than fossil fuels, but also reduces our dependency on them. Many vehicles today are using flex fuels or have the ability to run on high percentages of ethanol. The removal of some of the organics for this process allows for production of ethanol from wheat, sugars and cellulosic materials such as wood chips. The remaining organic materials such as fats, proteins, and cooking and vegetable oils can be used for biodiesel.
Sunrae Environmental also produces biodiesel from fats from plants, cooking and vegetable oils, and proteins from the solid waste streams we reduce. This utilizes the waste streams from our landfills to a renewable resource and further reduces dependency on fossil fuels. This is a step in the right direction for our environment. These fuels burn cleaner and can be produced more efficiently and cost effectively for consumers. Biodiesel and Ethanol are both being produced on smaller levels at our facilities in Tennessee but are expected to grow exponentially over the next five years as demand increases. Sunrae Environmental strives to be the largest manufacturer of Ethanol in Tennessee by 2015. We are presently working on new technology to make more ethanol in shorter time frames at a lower cost to the consumers. We are making great strides in this field.
We have the process to develop an environmentally friendly ethanol facility without the need for distillation or a dryer. Ethanol can be produced quicker and at a much lower cost. We would like to offer our expertise, not only supplying you with this unique process, but also offering the construction and the start-up.