Spokane, WA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 07/11/2014 -- Enabling efficient conversion into high-quality lubricants and bio fuels, Carbon Cycle Crush has been providing pure and natural expeller-pressed Canola oil in bulk at affordable prices. This oil has been extracted from Canola seeds in their crush facilities without resorting to any kind of chemical interventions. In other words, Carbon Cycle Crush is dedicated to maintaining the purity and natural features of this oil and for this they leave off the steps that involve using chemicals like hexane, or extreme heat in the extraction process. This measure ensures that long-chain polymers in the oil remain intact resulting in increased lubricity and almost undisturbed natural characteristics, which is valued tremendously by bio diesel and bio lubricant buyers and plastic manufacturers.
Carbon Cycle Crush, in addition to being among the leading bulk Canola oil suppliers, also provides small quantities of raw canola oil to those who need it for home conversion to biodiesel, as one of the representatives from the company states, “You can purchase raw oil directly from one of our crush facilities both in small and bulk quantities. In addition, we are working with various biodiesel manufacturers who can provide finished biodiesel to local farmers. To find out where and when you can purchase raw expeller-presses Canola oil, call our Oroville facility at 509-476-3667.”
By providing best in class bulk Canola meal and Canola oil, this company is abiding to a vision with which it was started, which is to contribute to the restoration of the carbon cycle balance in agricultural communities.
About Carbon Cycle Crush
Carbon Cycle Crush is helping local farmers and ranchers create economically, socially and environmentally sustainable businesses by driving a consistent demand for crops, providing educational support, creating local jobs and selling high-quality expeller-pressed Canola oil and expeller-pressed canola meal. They are driven by a vision to re-balance the carbon cycle in agricultural communities. They aim to create jobs, drive consistent and reliable demand for oilseed crops and introduce sustainable business practices that stimulate economic growth, foster social equality and accelerate environmental stewardship.
To know more about them, please visit http://carboncyclecrush.com/ or call (509) 242-3036.