In Florida, INEOS Bio announced that its joint venture project in Florida has been granted Parts 79 and 80 registrations from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for the production and sale of advanced cellulosic biofuels from non-food vegetative waste materials.
Construction on the Indian River BioEnergy Center (“Center”) was completed in June and the facility is currently undergoing commissioning. The Center is scheduled to begin production in the 3rd Quarter of this year.
When the Center is at full production, it will produce eight million gallons of bioethanol and six megawatts (gross) of renewable power annually from local yard, vegetative and agricultural wastes. INEOS Bio is working with other companies and cities globally to license this technology as a new direction for waste disposal and the production of advanced biofuels and renewable power.
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