Milligan Bio-Tech Inc.

July 20, 2009 15:52 ET

Milligan Bio-Tech GRAND OPENING of Crushing & Bio-diesel Facility

Attention: Agriculture Editor, Environment Editor, Energy Editor, News Editor FOAM LAKE, SK, CANADA, JULY 23, 2009 GRAND OPENING--(Marketwire - July 20, 2009) - A full day of events is planned for JULY 23, 2009 at the Bio-diesel Plant located on Highway 16 E in Foam Lake, SK:

11:30 - 2:00 Lunch & tours
12:45 Private tour for MEDIA & VIP's with Zenneth Faye, Executive Manager &
Glenn Helgason, Chairman of the Board
2:00 - 3:30 Grand Opening Ceremonies including greeting from various MLA's and MP's
3:30 - 4:00 "World's First Bio-diesel Jet Truck - Prairie Gold" demonstration

"We are excited to be hosting a number of people and organizations that have been integral to our success. Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada, the University of Saskatchewan and Prairie Gold Bio-diesel Jet Truck and more will be here to help us celebrate the opening of Milligan's Bio-diesel Plant. With the pending Renewable Fuels Bill C-33, requiring a 2% renewable fuel content in diesel by 2012, Milligan Bio-Tech is proud to be a part of Canada's plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions," says Zenneth Faye.

Milligan Bio-Tech Inc. is a leading edge, Canadian Bio-diesel Production Company with a strong emphasis on research and co-product development. The company, based in Foam Lake, SK was started by a group of innovators in the 1990's with the goal to develop non-food uses for distressed oil seed crops, and plans to continue expansion of its operations across Western Canada. Milligan's Made products include Bio-diesel that meets and exceeds the US and European quality standards which has been achieved through an exclusive Canadian Bio-diesel processing technology developed in conjunction with Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada and the University of Saskatchewan. Also, co-products including: Diesel Fuel Conditioner (DFC), Penetrating Oil, and Road Dust Suppressant (RDS). All are environmentally friendly and made from non-food grade canola, a renewable resource.


Contact Information

  • Sheila McLean, Marketing & Communications Coordinator
    Primary Phone: 306-272-6284
    Secondary Phone: 306-269-7938
    Toll-Free: 866-388-6284