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Atlantic Biomass Conversions Proposes “Follow-the-Crop” System

Submitted by on June 23, 2009 – 2:35 pmOne Comment

Instead of bringing sufficient supplies of biomass to processing facilities, Atlantic Biomass Conversions, Inc., proposes taking decentralized enzymatic conversion units to the crops. Following the model of wheat harvesting combines that follow the harvest season, they will develop a “Follow-the-Crop” biofuel intermediate production system. The Follow-the-Crop module is based on the portable ethanol production system that Encore Biofuels, LLC is currently engineering. Retrofitted shipping containers complete with internal environmental controls will be the basis for the modules. This will allow for inexpensive initial and transport costs. It is similar in design to the Deployable Aqueous Aerobic Bioreactor, or DAAB, was developed by the Texas Research Institute for Environmental Studies at Sam Houston State University, and PCDworks.  READ MORE  and MORE

 

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