ATLANTA, GA--(Marketwired - October 30, 2013) - Paul Pelosi Jr. joins Atlanta based FogFuels as Vice Chairman and a speaker on environmental policies that encourage individuals and local governments to take a more active role in conserving natural resources and reducing carbon footprints. Paul Pelosi Jr. has 16 years experience in advising emerging and Fortune 500 companies in the areas of finance, infrastructure, sustainability and public policy. Pelosi is a founding member of Cisco Connected Urban Development. In 2008, Paul advised companies including NASA Ames Research Center and Air-Patrol Corporation on a variety of infrastructure projects to promote both sustainable development and security. In 2003 Pelosi was appointed to the San Francisco Commission on the Environment and was elected President in 2006. The SFEC is responsible for developing policies and programs in recycling, toxics reduction, environmental justice, energy efficiency, commute alternatives, climate change, and the city's urban forest.
FOGFUELS™ is an innovative biodiesel producer dedicated to protecting the planet and creating clean, sustainable and renewable energy. FOGFUELS uses the FOG2D™ process to effectively remove fats, oils and greases (FOG) from wastewater streams. The FOG2D™ process can even handle contaminated and watery waste greases -- anything up to 100% free fatty acid content. Through this method, FOGFUELS™ can recycle lipid material into an advanced biodiesel that is fully ASTM compliant for over-the-road transportation. FOGFUELS is committed to economic development that benefits the environment and reduces dependence on foreign energy sources through the use of the value-added biodiesel platform. Atlanta is the first city that FOGFUELS will partner with to create B100 fuel from trap grease. The company plans to work with other municipalities around the country to help clean up the problem of illegal grease dumping and create a better living environment. For information please visit www.FOGFUELS.com.