Hello. I work with a nonprofit in New Orleans producing biodiesel. We are in the process of upgrading and expanding our facility, which will allow us to increase our production. When finished we will be producing 400-500 gallons of glycerin per week. We are looking at different ways of disposing this substance, and we have heard that some facilities such as brick manufacturers use glycerin as a combustion fuel. Has anyone heard of this before or have experience in this field? Also, if anyone has ideas on other ways to safely dispose of glycerin please let us know as we are open to all ideas.