Biodiesel Bio Rotterdam clients’ certificates

Biodiesel Business Partnership Proposal

1- Background: 

– After I got a B. Sc. in pharmacy and work in the field, I made a career shift to work in business, first it was regular business of import and export then innovative business by enter renewable energy sector and specially biodiesel.

– I started an import / export business “Toll agreement” importing and exporting on behalf of others, then we focused on exporting UCO (used cooking oil) as feedstock (raw material) for biodiesel.

– In a paradigm shift, we got contacted by an investor to start manufacturing biodiesel in Jordan, and take the advantage to become one of the first facilities in the region.

– Exploiting the cumulative experience by becoming “biodiesel advisory” for so many biodiesel producers all over the world and the region. A long list of projects mentioned below with each case scope of work.

2- Learned Lessons:

1- Master of feedstock is master of the industry. And as so investors should take care of insuring supply chain of feedstock (suitable – affordable – available) and to have a Resource Mix of so many sources:

a. Waste feedstock : ( UCO – WVO – Fats )

b. Cultured (Farmed) feedstocks: ( Jatropha oil – Castor Oil, Rapeseed oil, Algae oil … )

c. Synthetized feedstock : such as synthetizes of Glycerides (TG, TAG)

2- Large investment is one of the barriers in the field of Renewable Energy of course biodiesel also, but with high economic indices of biodiesel production.

3- Best production scheme is to manufacture in MENA region and targeting , exporting to EU market. Knowing the fact; that cost reduction is less six times.

4- Research and Development is must for a profitable and cozy production through IPs creating and capturing in the facility and in others’ facilities.

3- Core Accomplishment (list of some happy customer)

Project Country Scope of Work (SOW)

Al Harameen Oleochemicals Egypt Full setup and operation services in terms of Turnkey as external consultant

Algae farm for Biodiesel Jordan Studies (Technical – Financial –

Miscellaneous projects Different countries (Kosovo , Bosnia , Morocco, Tunisia, KSA) Different scopes according to customer needs analysis

Bio Rotterdam CleanTech Jordan then Egypt R&D in feedstock, catalyst, technologies, spec… plus providing consultancy & training

Ideal Station for Biodiesel Jordan Extension of previous project

Jordan Biodiesel Jordan Full setup and operation services in terms of Turnkey as shares’ Holder

Al Khalil import & Export (UCO collector) Egypt UCO collection , exporting

4- Goals statement:

After long experience in the field of biodiesel, we can set achievable goals:

– Sourcing feedstock suitable for biodiesel production both waste (UCO – WVO – Fats) , agriculture (Jatropha oil – Castor Oil, Rapeseed oil, Algae oil).

– Setting up a facility that Utilizing latest updated technologies and processes in production of Biodiesel.

– Reaching deals for selling of Biodiesel B100 EN1424.

5A- Required actions:

– Promoting our offered consultancy services in the target market.

– Contacting biodiesel firms in UK esp. London as target market for serving them with our services or products.

– Other suggested action plan from good self-side

5B- Required tasks:

As requested by client:

– Suppliers  and sources

– Quality Control

– Cash flow (financing – payment terms)

– Pricing issues , & dynamics

– Refining (Cleaning – Purifying) system for feedstock.

– Licensing / permit

As understood by Dr. Ibrahim:

• Technology transfer & Machine Supply

• Doing Set up of Sampling, Inspection, & Analysis system.

• Quality Management System: “Quality Manual”, “Quality Control” & “Quality Assurance”

• Preparing for Certification and Accreditation by different required certificates such as ( ISCC certificate – ISO 9000 – ISO 14000 – BQ9000 ).

End of Proposal..… Sincerely 

Dr. Ibrahim Farouk ( Mobile +201021602609




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Bio Rotterdam Cleantech Service Proposal

BioRotterdam Cleantech is a renowned consultancy firm specialised active in biomass energy, waste-to-energy and waste management sectors. We have rich experience in project studies, project management, technology evaluation, due diligence, training programs and knowledge-dissemination.

We have vast expertise in almost all aspects of biomass energy, waste to energy and waste management projects, be it biogas technology, gasification or recycling. We have been working with entrepreneurs, project developers, investors technology companies, researchers and students with zeal and vigor for the past 10 years.

Professional Services:
1 Professional Consultancy
2 Expert Advisory
3 Project Management
4 Research and Development
5 Training Programs
6 Technology Appraisal
7 Feasibility Studies
8 Due Diligence
9 Risk Assessment
10 Market Intelligence Studies
11 Baseline Surveys
12 Social Entrepreneurship

Areas of Focus:
a. Waste-to-Energy Technologies
b. Biomass Energy Systems
c. Biogas Technology
d. Biogas Upgradation
e. Sustainable Biofuels
f. Solid Waste Management
g. Industrial Waste Management
h. Waste Recycling

for more information and request services contact us at or +201021602609

new success story of Bio Rotterdam

we are proud to give consultancy to Al Harameen Oleochemicals and that is for their project of Biodiesel plant located in Egypt you can know more about them through their website :

what did we provided them?

  • Feasibility study
  • Technology transfer
  • Machine Supply
  • Analysis system
  • Quality Management System “Quality Control & Quality Assurance”
  • Certification and Accreditation by ISCC certificate.
  • Marketing of the final product.

“Bio Rotterdam BioSolvent”

We are proud to introduce our new product

“Bio Rotterdam BioSolvent”

Requirement to be by email

The problem:

Solvents are widely used in industrial and consumer applications. Unfortunately, many of the useful features of solvents are served by chemicals that are hazardous to human health, environmentally damaging or pose serious safety hazards.

Our solution:

In response to these general concerns as well as industry legislation, there is steady growth in the use of biosolvents. Derived from natural, renewable feedstocks, and with proven benefits in terms of human health, safety and environmental impact, biosolvents represent a small but growing contribution to solvent use.

“Bio Rotterdam BioSolvent” is a vegetable oil-derived biosolvent with many attractive features:

  • Non-toxic
  • Biodegradable
  • Food-contact safe
  • Reduced fire risk
  • Non-VOC designation
  • Light colour and low odour (no headaches)
  • Compatible with most metals, plastics and rubbers

Biosolvent applications:

“Bio Rotterdam BioSolvent” is a good alternative to the use of white spirits, kerosene, liquid paraffin and other low-to-medium viscosity hydrocarbon oils.  It is also compatible and miscible with many chlorinated and oxygenated solvents, so that partial replacement of these solvents may also be possible in some cases. One of the main differences between the “Bio Rotterdam BioSolvent” and the above-mentioned solvents, is the low evaporation rate and residual film. Applications such as coatings and inks may require formulation with secondary solvents and surfactants to achieve satisfactory results; in any case, we recommend new users to test on a small scale before attempting a wholesale switch of their current solvent usage.

Recommended uses:

Biosolvents have a wide range of uses in both industrial and consumer applications, for example:

  • Dissolving resins and polymers (inks, paints)
  • Cleaning (degreasing formulations)
  • Carrying functional ingredients (agrochemical formulations)
  • Plasticizing (rubbers, adhesives)
  • Diluting reactants to control heat production, product viscosity etc. (fine chemicals)
  • Printing Inks

The high solvency power and light color of “Bio Rotterdam BioSolvent” is used to advantage in the formulation of solvent-based offset (sheet-fed) inks – including clear, white and pale inks. Compared to petroleum distillates, “Bio Rotterdam BioSolvent” gives comparable rheological properties and printability. “Bio Rotterdam BioSolvent” is on the approved list for food packaging inks.

Cleaners and degreasers:

The trend to safe and renewable bio-based cleaners and degreasers continues apace, and “Bio Rotterdam BioSolvent” plays a role in providing the solvency and fluid properties needed to reformulate from traditional mineral oil-based cleaners. Established applications include industrial degreasing, oil refinery CIP, removal of concrete stains, graffiti, varnish, adhesives and printing inks as well as hand cleaners.


The fluid properties of “Bio Rotterdam BioSolvent” resemble light mineral oils, but with the environmental and human health advantages mentioned above. These advantages, along with specific application benefits, are put to use in the formulation of metal-working fluids, mold-release agents and textile lubricants. This versatile ester can also be used as a raw material for the production of sulphurised EP additives, and as a carrier fluid / compatibiliser for additive packages.

Crop Protection:

Adjuvants are functional carrier fluids used to deliver and enhance the performance of active ingredients. “Bio Rotterdam BioSolvent” has an established and proven performance as an oil adjuvant, improving rain-fastness, softening waxy leaf cuticles and enhancing the activity of specific herbicides at low dosage.


“Bio Rotterdam BioSolvent” finds uses in plastics additives, consumer ignition products, coatings, defoamers and chemicals, to name but a few. Many products and processes that use paraffinic oils, white spirit, chlorinated hydrocarbons, D-Limonene and light alcohols can consider switching (partially or completely) to “Bio Rotterdam BioSolvent”, and experience the benefits of a safer and greener alternative.

Learn more about how “Bio Rotterdam BioSolvent” can provide a safer alternative to traditional solvents. Contact us now over email or mobile phone: 00201021602609 start your message with “Bio Rotterdam BioSolvent”

Products we Trade

Thanks to our wide presence, deep market knowledge and vision, combined with our operational experience, BIO Rotterdam has developed vast procurement operations and is poised to become your favorite reliable long-term partner for your Bioproduct needs.

  • UCOME – Used Cooking Oil Methyl Ester *
  • TME – Tallow Methyl Ester *
  • POMEME – Palm Oil Mill Effluent Methyl Ester *
  • RME – Rapeseed Methyl Ester
  • PME – Palm Methyl Ester
  • SME – Soy Methyl Ester
  • FAME blends – from Fatty Acid Methyl Esters such as the above
  • HVO – Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil
  • * created from waste feedstocks
Biodiesel Feedstock & By-Products
  • UCO – Used Cooking Oil
  • POME – Palm Oil Mill Effluent
  • Animal Fats (e.g. Tallow)
  • FAME Bottoms (Distillation Residues)
  • Glycerol (Glycerine)
Feed & Technical Products
  • Fish Oil (pharmaceutical, food or feed grade)
  • Lecithin
  • Palm Acid Oil
  • Other Fatty Acids & Acid Oils (technical or feed grade)
  • Meal (e.g. Poultry, Fish)

for more information , contact us over email

or phone: 00201021602609 (Calls only)

Egypt’s Suez Canal blocked by huge container ship

Egypt’s Suez Canal blocked by huge container ship

A giant container ship the length of four football pitches has become wedged across Egypt’s Suez Canal, blocking one of the world’s busiest trade routes.

Dozens of vessels are stuck, waiting for rescue boats to free the 400m-long (1,312ft) ship, which was knocked off course by strong winds.

Egypt has reopened the canal’s older channel to divert some traffic until the grounded ship can move again.

The blockage sent oil prices climbing on international markets.

About 12% of global trade passes through the Suez Canal, which connects the Mediterranean to the Red Sea and provides the shortest sea link between Asia and Europe.

The Ever Given, registered in Panama and operated by the shipping company Evergreen, was bound for the port city of Rotterdam in the Netherlands from China and was passing northwards through the canal on its way to the Mediterranean.

Carbon Footprint and offset Egypt

Carbon Footprint Assessment

Approach and Boundaries

Emission Scopes

the guidelines of the Greenhouse Gas Protocol, the following direct and indirect production and product-flow related parameters were assessed and included into the calculation:

Applying Greenhouse Gas Protocol, the various emissions are assigned to the Scope’s 1, 2 and 3 as follows:

· Scope 1: Emissions include the direct GHG emissions of a product. These emissions arise directly from the production process.

· Scope 2: Emissions include indirect GHG emissions of the product. In this assessment, the indirect GHG emissions include the emissions in relation to electricity purchased, used at farm level and for packing, storage and other activities at the growers facilities.

· Scope 3: Emissions include other indirect GHG emissions of the product. These emissions arise from different additives and processes, which are important to produce the product. In this assessment, other indirect GHG emissions include emissions related to outsourced activities.

Carbon Footprint Standard

PAS2050 (Defra/BSI)

          GHGProtocoll Fact Sheet

Benchmarking and Reporting

You can benchmark your emission with other companies and with international standards to know what is the status of your company.

You can benchmark with:

– product kgco2e

– office space m2

– employee kgco2e/employee

Carbon Offsetting

Knowing in detail how much emission a product, a company, or an event causes offers the customer the possible market the product, the company, or the event in question as ‘climate neutral’, by using different kind of offsetting mechanism TUV-Nord and Gold Standard. We can provide whatever the customer wants in terms of product / company / event label – an ecological and commercial opportunity mitigating climate change whilst capitalizing on changing consumer expectations. Knowing this, these emissions can easily be offset through the purchase of carbon credits. These carbon credits are generated through projects that avoid CO2e emissions. We offer UNFCCC verified emission reduction rights (carbon credits).

Why Carbon Footprinting?

The goal is to identify sources of greenhouse gas emissions, and to calculate the amount of such gases emitted due to the operation of the assessed corporate over one determined year. The carbon footprint serves to identify the environmental performance of a specific corporate as to greenhouse gas emissions, thus assessing its impact on climate change.

The calculation results can be used in strategic and operative planning, constructing a climate policy, and environmental reporting and planning of cost savings.

In terms of technical side:

Corporate Social Responsibility Dimension

✓  To collect information needed in order to reduce greenhouse gas


✓  Saving operational costs

✓  Boost the marketing of the company and its products

✓  Promotes positive, environmentally conscious company image

✓  To increase the competitiveness of each company

✓  To respond to changing consumer expectations

✓  To raise the awareness of the voluntary sharing in the local community

✓  To demonstrate environmental and corporate social responsibility


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