Lusaka – On November 20, 2015, the Embassy of the United States of America to the Republic of Zambia was pleased to host a visiting delegation of Blume Distillation LLC. The U.S.-based company showcased the design and development of world-class, turnkey bio-refinery and distillation systems to produce bioethanol from a diverse range of agricultural by-products. The Blume Distillation project focuses on production and delivery of food, feed, fertilizer, and renewable liquid replacement fuels for life-critical applications from farm and waste resources. This initiative will be featured in a private invitation presentation hosted by the U.S. Embassy on November 20, 2015. Representatives from Blume Distillation will be meeting with public, political, business, financial, and community leaders over the next several days, discussing the benefits of the project plan for local and national interests.
Blume Distillation LLC is a leading provider of world-class, appropriate-scale bio-refinery/liquid replacement fuel solutions produced from a diversity of available waste and surplus carbohydrate-based resources. The company has initial system sales in South Africa and is a technology partner of the United Nations’ Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves. Blume systems are suited to rapid deployment in a wide variety of commercial and geographic settings. They are designed to produce fuel and high-value alcohol based end and co-products at costs comparable to or lower than large-scale producers. Blume is focused on solutions that address life-critical applications including, transportation, clean indoor cooking, electricity generation and non-electrical refrigeration. For information visit www.BlumeDistillation.com.
David Blume has been a pioneer in this technology for years and is eager in building a biorefinery plant to help produce clean energy resources, expand local employment opportunities and to help reduce dependence on toxic fossil fuels. The project will provide significant local and regional fuel availability, in addition to energy, food, employment and environmental benefits.