The Ralston biodiesel production facility is located in west-central Iowa. Chevron Renewable Energy Group began operations in the biorefinery in 2002 and upgraded the plant's capacity to 30 million gallons per year in 2018. REG Ralston was the first REG biodiesel plant.
- Nameplate capacity: 30 mmgy
- Feedstocks: Low free fatty acid feedstocks
- Loading capabilities: Truck and rail
- Rail line: Union Pacific
- Production start date: August 2002
Products produced here
Ralston is a small town in central Iowa that offers a rural lifestyle to residents. The area has abundant parks and recreation areas for activities such as picnicking, camping, hunting, fishing, hiking, bicycling, horseback riding, disc golf, kayaking
and boating. Cross-country skiing, snowmobiling and ice fishing are popular during the winter. The Glidden-Ralston School District provides a good education and extra-curricular opportunities for students at all levels.