Blogs written by Lee Enterprises Consulting Bioeconomy Expert(s)

Emerging Technologies

What are the emerging technologies in the bioeconomy? The industry for the conversion of biomass, wastes and other alternative materials to end use products such as chemicals, fuels and power is indeed a wide and diverse one. There are literally thousands of companies engaged in this endeavor using many different approaches. There are also new…

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Biotechnology – What is It?

The term “biotechnology” means to use a biological processes for an industrial purpose. In the emerging bioeconomy, the term refers to technologies used to produce biofuels and biochemicals.  There are many types of bio technologies, including medical (such as vaccines and antibiotics), agricultural (such as pest resistant crops and plant and animal breeding).  One of…

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Project Feasibility Studies in the Bioeconomy

What is a project feasibility study or report, and why should one be done in bioeconomy-related matters? A project feasibility study is an integral part of any due diligence process in any bio related project. When a lender or investor considers putting money at risk, or when a company is considering an acquisition, new product…

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Biomass Power Consultant

What is biomass power and what does a biomass power consultant do?   Biomass power is carbon-neutral electricity generated from renewable organic waste that would otherwise be dumped in landfills, openly burned, or left on the ground in fields or forests. This organic waste can include scrap lumber, forest debris, urban wood waste, agricultural harvest waste,…

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Expert Witness – Microchannel Reactors

The best renewable energy and biochemical consulting firms have experts in a wide variety of bioeconomy specialties, including microchannel reactors.  (They should also be able to provide clients project expertise and be available as expert witnesses in matters like aquaculture, biochemicals, bio-fertilizers, bio-fibers, biomass-to-sugars, bioplastics, catalysis, cellulose, enzymes, food ingredients, biogas production and biogas upgrading,…

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Sewage and Sludge Treatment

Sewage treatment is the process of removing contaminants from municipal wastewater coming mainly from household sewage and industrial wastewater. There are several physical, chemical, and biological processes that are used to remove contaminants to produce a treated wastewater, called treated effluent, in a form that is safe enough to release into the environment.  There are also several…

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Water Treatment Consultant

Water treatment is any process that improves the quality of water to make it more acceptable for some specific end-use, including drinking, industrial water supply, irrigation, river flow maintenance, water recreation and mores – including water being safely returned to the environment. Water treatment encompasses broad categories including municipal water, beverage, ultrapure (like medical &…

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