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Green Biologics, Easy Energy Systems to produce biobased n-butanol and acetone

6:05 AM MDT | July 4, 2013 | Francinia Protti-Alvarez

Green Biologics (Abingdon, UK), an industrial biotechnology company, and Easy Energy Systems (Welcome, MN), a producer of cellulosic ethanol from waste paper, have entered into an agreement that will result in the modification of Easy Energy’s ethanol demonstration plant at Emmetsburg, IO, Green Biologics announced. Easy Energy’s ethanol demonstration plant currently uses corn mash for feedstock, to produce renewable n-butanol, and acetone. Green Biologics successfully produced butanol and acetone from corn mash at the Emmetsburg facility at a...

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