Feedstock Costs

“Low cost feedstock” is a common term in the bioeconomy, with many simply equating this to “waste”. Large renewable energy and biochemical consulting firms certainly have experts in feedstocks, as well as the more common areas like biofuels and renewable fuels, biomaterials, biomass and biomass power, and bio technologies.  These larger consulting groups, normally also…

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Anaerobic Digesters: What They Are & What They Do

Anaerobic digesters use a biological process used to manage some type of waste (like sewage, cow, pig, or chicken manure) and to produce a gas called “biogas”. Biogas is primarily composed of methane and carbon dioxide and depending on the waste feedstock and the system design is typically 55 to 75 percent pure methane (with…

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