NBB bolstered by two new members

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The US National Biodiesel Board (NBB) has been boosted by two new members: renewable energy consultants EcoEngineers, and logistics company Eagle Transport.

“I’m very excited to have both EcoEngineers and Eagle Transport Corp. join our membership,” said Brad Shimmens, director of operations and membership at NBB, in a statement.

“These two unique companies help showcase biodiesel’s wide impact, from transportation to federal policy and beyond. NBB and our members will benefit from these new partnerships, and we look forward to working closely together to promote America’s Advanced Biofuel from coast to coast.”

Since 2009, EcoEngineers has been providing expertise in auditing, renewable energy consulting and compliance management to the biodiesel industry. Established in 1969, Eagle Transport currently has over 440 units and 23 terminals located throughout the United States.

2018 is set to be a big year for NBB, the association celebrating its 25th anniversary.

NBB CEO Donnell Rehagen provided his Outlook for 2018 in the most recent edition of Biofuels International. Sign-up for a free copy here.