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SOURCE: BioSyn Resources, LLC
BioSyn Resources, LLC is participating in a grant program offering sponsored by Chase and LivingSocial called Mission: Small Business?. If awarded, its ultra-clean benzene-free gasoline will be made available in North America at a more affordable price than what it currently sells for in Europe. The use of ultra-clean, benzene-free gasoline in yard works equipments, prevalently common in American residences, will prevent user exposure to carcinogenic and toxic chemicals typically present in conventional gasoline.
La Vista, Nebraska (PRWEB) June 20, 2012
Chase invited BioSyn to participate in a grant program offering which it co-sponsors with LivingSocial called Mission: Small Business?. BioSyn responded by applying for one of its projects, which is the production and marketing of ultra-clean, benzene-free universal gasoline.
Unbeknownst to many, conventional gasoline contains, and depends on, benzene, toluene and mixed xylenes to meet octane requirements. However, benzene is a potent carcinogenic chemical, while toluene and mixed xylenes are highly toxic.
When used as fuel for passenger cars running on spark ignition engines, conventional gasoline does not pose immediate health hazard. This is because modern cars are equipped with catalytic converters that convert unburned gasoline exhausts into relatively harmless carbon dioxide and water vapor.
However, it is common practice to use conventional gasoline in yard works equipments like lawn mowers, weed cutters, snow blowers, etc. These equipments are not equipped with catalytic converters. Worse, most yard works equipments are powered by 2-cycle engines that require 2-cycle oil. Two-cycle oils do not burn and are emitted as visible smoke. In addition, 2-cycle oils contain organometallics that contribute to high toxicity of emissions.
It is for the above reasons that BioSyn developed an ultra-clean gasoline devoid of benzene, toluene, mixed xylenes, other aromatics and olefins. This industry-exclusive gasoline can also be used in 2-cycle engines without the application of 2-cycle oil, thus eliminating smoke emissions.
Currently marketed under the trade name DM-X 95G™, it will be priced the same as conventional gasoline when BioSyn’s planned biorefinery is finally up. In meantime, DM-X 95G is marketed to niché markets in Europe at $23.00 a gallon, a price level that few are willing to pay despite its health benefits.
But this might change soon. Thanks to a program sponsored by Chase and LivingSocial called Mission: Small Business?, support from those concerned about public health could translate into a grant that will enable BioSyn to reduce its cost of production significantly.
But BioSyn needs at least 250 votes before June 30, 2012 at http://www.missionsmallbusiness.com to qualify. In this regard, BioSyn urgently needs the votes of support of public-health conscious individuals. If you are one of these, we would appreciate your support.
1. Go to http://www.missionsmallbusiness.com and click 'Log In & Support' and log in using Facebook.
2. Search for BioSyn by name OR filter by our State (Nebraska) and City (La Vista).
3. Click on the blue Vote button next to our business name to show your support for our BioSyn."
We would also greatly appreciate your spreading the word to friends and associates. Thank you!
BioSyn is a development company engaged in designing and developing technology architectures for biomass-centric feedstock-flexible refineries that will produce ultraclean RFS2-compliant green transportation fuels.
Prior to the completion of the construction of its refineries, BioSyn manufactures and markets the analogue versions of the ultraclean transportation fuels to be produced by its future refineries.
The transportation fuels are infrastructure ready, also referred to as “drop-in” fuels. This means that these fuels can be mixed in any proportion with conventional petroleum based fuels without need for engine modification.
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