March 14, 2013

Zeachem starts cellulosic ethanol output

There are soooo many news that came out this week, I just can't do a longer analysis on each of them. But I'll try to post as much of these news items as I can.

First stop is Colorado, US-based Zeachem. The company's announcement this week is really just a confirmation that their Boardman, Oregon, biorefinery demonstration plant, which was completed late last year, is able to produce commercial-grade cellulosic chemicals and ethanol. The facility, which has a capacity of 250,000 gal/year, uses dedicated wood biomass such as poplar trees for feedstock supplied by its partner GreenWood Resources. The company said their biorefinery can also use other non-food biomass such as switch grass.

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