At HERO BX, we pride ourselves on delivering superior, zero-defect biodiesel that continually meets rigorous EPA Clean Air Act standards. Derived 100% from domestic renewable resources including vegetable oils, animal fats and a multi-feedstock blend, HERO BX biodiesel is a versatile, reliable and environmentally conscious fuel choice.
We have achieved BQ-9000 accreditation and our on-site, state-of-the-art, laboratory ensures adherence to the strict specifications of ASTMD6751 and EN14214 quality specifications.
As one of the leading fuel technology companies in the United States, HERO BX produces 50 million gallons plus of superior quality biodiesel annually—with absolutely zero product standard failure.
Our versatility in processing allows exceptional feedstock flexibility compared to other operating biodiesel plants and helps ensure that we operate at full capacity, today and for generations to come.
Located on the great shores of Lake Erie in the northeastern United States, HERO BX has unprecedented access to a myriad delivery options including rail and traditional trucking hubs, allowing for better cost control and more efficient delivery.
Our strategic location on Lake Erie also gives us access to the global biofuels market via the Saint Lawrence Seaway and the Great Lakes Waterway.
As one of the top 10 biodiesel plants in the nation—and largest producer east of the Mississippi—HERO BX strives to improve production, reduce costs, and grow yields.
We are pioneers leading the industry through dynamic management and unique production processes. We are able to efficiently produce superior quality biodiesel from both first- and second-generation feedstocks at exceptionally high volumes.
Producing innovative, sustainable fuel technology today and for future generations.
The vanguard of industry processing methods, HERO BX utilizes the Desmet Ballestra continuous-flow process technology which ensures consistent treatment and complete utilization of feedstocks.
Moreover, we actively take part in the evolving requirements of processors and governmental regulatory agencies—enabling our process technology to be responsive to changes in economic, technical and environmental needs.