EcoEngineers’ New Quality Assurance Program (QAP) Protocol Accepted

As one of the first QAP providers, we are continuing to evolve our protocols to meet producer needs

 

EcoEngineers is proud to announce that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) has approved our recently revised Quality Assurance Program (QAP) protocol for biodiesel producers participating in the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS). Producers that are accepted into our QAP and meet the recordkeeping requirements of 80.1454(j)(1)(i) and (ii) will now be able to generate Q-RINs on renewable fuel produced from separated food waste or biogenic waste oils/fats/greases (i.e. UCO) feedstocks.

EcoEngineers was one of the first QAP providers to be approved by the USEPA. Our detailed, hands-on protocol is supported by a team of highly trained compliance auditors, compliance specialists, and an in-house engineering team. We strive to help our clients protect their investments, optimize the value of their products, and successfully connect them to appropriate markets.

We are very pleased to have the USEPA approve our protocol and look forward to helping our clients take advantage of this program. To understand whether your company meets the EPA recordkeeping requirements, or for guidance on how to become compliant, contact Senior Carbon Consultant Joe Cooney at jcooney@ecoengineers.us.

EcoEngineers helps organizations create sustainable solutions for a better tomorrow. Our talented team of engineers, scientists, auditors, consultants, researchers, and analysts live and work at the intersection of low-carbon fuel policy, innovative technologies, and the carbon marketplace. Our people are trusted guides who help navigate the ever-changing energy landscape, providing the right tools, guidance, and knowledge to reduce your carbon footprint, and to assess the potential risk to your business from the uncertainties caused by a changing climate and low-carbon policies. Through our systematic approach, we deliver value and proven expertise through the entire clean energy continuum, including education, regulatory engagement, life-cycle analysis, asset development, compliance management, audit, and verification.