VITTORIO’S BRAZILIAN RESTAURANT & YGRIN FIGHTING FOR A CAUSE !


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Today Vittorio’s restaurant owner Gilson, opened his doors to help  Japan‘s Tsunami victims .

The big surprise came  during the event  when we learned that Ygrin was the responsible for such great and beautiful work.

Thanks to this effort, Vittorio’s restaurant today is the only restaurant in Orlando Florida allowed to receive  money donations representing the American Red Cross,

and helping Japan.

Helping the one’s in need through their website www.ygrin.com .

All major Companies in the USA are invited to join this network of good.

Ygrin represents a lot more than just charity, they support today all the efforts made to create alternative fuel,  BIO_DIESEL, in Brazil and USA.

Their work was initiated by Professor Donato Aranda, a Chemical Engineer with a Doctorate degree from UFRJ Federal University Rio de Janeiro).

Thanks to his work and  the recycling of yellow grease made it possible to create BIO_DIESEL, a project that today can free many Countries from the Middle East, crude oil Monopoly.

YGRIN means, Yellow Grease Renewable Initiative, it allows  kitchen  grease collected from Restaurants to be recycled and be used as BIO-Diesel.

All the tests and studies have been done in the last year and the BIO-Diesel produce meet all standards  and American Specifications.

This program if put to work will allow the United States to produce 6 Billion gallons of Bio-Diesel per year !

The web campaign was created by Johnny Hughes Senior Project Manager and CEO of Designzillas, www.Designzillas.com

One Comment Add yours

  1. Shirley says:

    Foi um sucesso o,lancamento do Ygrin.

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