Adamant operates in a system of Circular Economy using waste products and raw materials to produce new forms of bioenergy, reducing CO2 emissions in the earth's atmosphere. We optimise our industrial waste, offering a sustainable and renewable alternative to fossil fuels. We are determined to create a sustainable and greener future by investing in innovative solutions.
We produce sustainable Biodiesel and Biofuels from biomass, typically vegetable oils and animal fats. Such Feedstock materials are readily replenished, allowing biofuels to be a primary source of renewable energy, unlike fossil fuels such as petroleum, coal and natural gas. Through the chemical processes of transesterification and esterification, biofuel is produced at our industrial locations.
Biodiesel is a combustible liquid produced with vegetable oils, resulting in a liquid of high viscosity similar to that of diesel. Biodiesel’s advantage over other forms of renewable energy is its compatibility with already existing technology. It is in fact compatible with all modern diesel motors, reducing the emissions of particulates up to 65%.
Bio-liquids are combustible liquids derived from biomass such as vegetable oils, used cooking oils and other raw materials. Bio-liquids can be used as an alternative to traditional combustibles for energy used in transport, heating and cooling and even for electricity.
Oil-producing companies are the primary buyers of biodiesel, used to produce B7 and B10, diesel containing biofuels at 7% and 10% respectively.
Industrial companies are biodiesel buyers and consumers and use bioenergy directly in their industries or can sell it privately.