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Chemical Week Magazine :: Companies
Bioethanol from 25 Feedstocks
9:08 AM MDT | October 30, 2009 | Alex Scott in Guildford
Start-up Firm TMO Prepares its Versatile Technology for Market Entry TMO Renewables (Guildford, U.K.), a start-up biotechnology firm, says it has developed a process capable of cost-effectively converting at least 25 different biofeedstocks into ethanol. The technology, if commercialized, would be one of the most versatile bioethanol processes, the company says. TMO in recent months has successfully tested feedstocks including corn stover, municipal waste, used newsprint, and wheat straw at the company’s Guildford demonstration facility. Curran: U.S. market...
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