Latex Allergy Expert

What does a Latex Allergy expert or Latex Allergy consultant do? First, let’s define Latex Allergy.   Broadly there are two forms of latex allergy that come from contact with latex rubber. The most dangerous one, Type I latex allergy, is the one your doctor or hospital means when they ask if you have a latex allergy and what the…

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Fuel Quality Expert

A fuel quality expert is one who understands the detailed requirements of end-use customers that involve meeting ASTM standards and customized needs including stability, corrosion resistance and others.  The fuel quality expert is responsible for providing added-value technical support, introducing cost-effective technologies, and conducting advanced analytical characterizations co, maximize profitability, improve asset integrity, and protect the…

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Isobutanol: Now on the Radar for USA

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has opened a comment period for the registration of the use of Isobutanol in gasoline.  Why is this important?  Because since the states banning of the use of MTBE and other ethers in underground tanks, this is the only oxygenate, other than ethanol, allowed to be used in commerce.  This…

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Isobutanol Expert

What does an isobutanol expert or energy consultant do? Isobutanol is a colorless, flammable liquid has a variety of technical and industrial applications.  It has historically been used mainly as a solvent in such things as paint solvent, varnish remover, or a chemical extractant in production of organic compounds.  Isobutanol is also being used as…

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Expert Witness – Economics & Damages in the Bioeconomy

While there are many specialties within the bioeconomy, finding a specific bioeconomy expert witness may be a bit challenging. Large renewable energy and biochemical consulting firms like Lee Enterprises Consulting, Inc., are always the best place to start as we have experts in all the specialties within the bioeconomy – biofuels, biochemicals, biotechnologies, biomaterials, synthetic…

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First Generation Biofuels

First generation biofuels are those made from sugar, starch, or vegetable oil.  Their feedstocks are those that may not be sustainable or might have an impact on food if used in large quantities.  These original first generation biofuels include biodiesel, ethanol, green diesel, bioethers, biogas, and the solid biofuels covering everything from wood and sawdust…

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Bio-plastics

Bio-plastics are gathering lots of attention as U.S companies increasingly embrace the concept of a circular economy that aims to create innovative, sustainable ways to reduce waste and preserve resources. Biodegradable plastics are made from renewable biologic substances, from plants to agricultural waste, rather than petroleum. Their role is the focus of sessions at the…

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Bio Ethanol

What is Bio Ethanol?  Bio Ethanol (bioethanol, ethanol, alcohol) are all used to describe the chemical ethyl alcohol with the formula C2H6O.  Ethanol, as it is most commonly known, can be produced by fermentation of sugars (most commonly glucose with the formula C6H12O) by yeast yielding a ratio of approximately 51% ethanol and 49% carbon…

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