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Darling Ingredients buys Tallowmasters

Darling Ingredients buys Tallowmasters

June 6, 2017 |

In Florida, Darling Ingredients Inc. has acquired the assets of Tallowmasters, LLC, a family owned rendering and recycling company with headquarters in Medley, Florida and processing operations in Miami, Florida. Irving, Texas-based Darling Ingredients provides a global growth platform for the development and production of sustainable natural ingredients. Tallowmasters was advised in the transaction by […]

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NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE: tech innovators stalk a stealthy WMD

NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE: tech innovators stalk a stealthy WMD

April 24, 2017 |

You may be familiar with the story-telling factoid couplets of the Harper’s Index, and here’s an interesting set in that magazine’s iconic style: Concentration of sarin (nerve gas) required for fatal human toxicity: 0.0028% Concentration of deadly chemicals in the earth’s lower atmosphere if all the world’s stockpile of chemical weapons were simultaneously released: 0.0000000000013240774% […]

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St1 Biofuels to user Novozymes enzymes at first sawmill ethanol plant

St1 Biofuels to user Novozymes enzymes at first sawmill ethanol plant

May 5, 2015 |

In Denmark, Novozymes announced a deal to supply enzyme technology to a new biorefinery that will be built by St1 Biofuels in Kajaani, Finland. The facility will be co-located at a sawmill site, and will be the first facility in the world to use sawdust from softwood as feedstock to produce cellulosic ethanol at commercial […]

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Mass. lawmakers block proposed ethanol rail transport through Boston suburbs

Mass. lawmakers block proposed ethanol rail transport through Boston suburbs

July 2, 2013 |

In Massachusetts, a two-year attempt to transport ethanol by rail through Boston suburbs has come to an end after legislators and the public pushed Global Partners to withdraw its application for permission. Recent legislation passed by the two state houses would prohibit ethanol blending or storage of 5,000 gallons or more per day in an […]

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Biofuels Short Takes: Bowman v. Monsanto ruling from SCOTUS

Biofuels Short Takes: Bowman v. Monsanto ruling from SCOTUS

May 13, 2013 |

Monsanto IP protection case. In Washington, in a unanimous ruling delivered today, the U.S. Supreme Court affirmed its support for protecting U.S. innovations – in this case, ruling that an Indiana farmer had to pay a fee to Monsanto to use its genetically modified soybeans to make new seeds. Writing the unanimous decision, Justice Elena […]

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UWM researchers develop key process for cellulosic ethanol production

UWM researchers develop key process for cellulosic ethanol production

November 12, 2012 |

In Wisconsin, researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have streamlined the process used to produce chemicals and biofuels from cellulosic feedstock, eliminating costly pretreatment steps that can account for up to 30% of cellulosic ethanol production costs.

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Chief of Naval Operations joins chorus of lawmakers, generals, admirals calling for US biofuels focus

Chief of Naval Operations joins chorus of lawmakers, generals, admirals calling for US biofuels focus

May 23, 2012 |

In Washington, Chief of Naval Operations Admiral Jon Greenert, House Armed Services Committee Ranking Member Adam Smith (D-WA), and Lieutenant General John Castellaw (USMC, ret.) joined the chorus of voices calling on the US Senate to support the Department of Defense’s energy innovation programs. Chief of Naval Operations, Admiral Jonathan Greenert, writing Senator Mark Udall […]

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NC lawmaker proposes to felonize grease theft

NC lawmaker proposes to felonize grease theft

June 6, 2011 |

In North Carolina, Rep. John Torbett, R-Stanley, responding to the increasing theft of yellow kitchen grease has proposed a bill that would make it a felony to steal $1,000 or more of yellow grease, and a misdemeanor if less were stolen.  Additionally, Torbett is proposing that any yellow grease collectors must be licensed and inspected […]

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Accidental discovery by UW-Madison undergrad leads to yeast breakthrough

Accidental discovery by UW-Madison undergrad leads to yeast breakthrough

June 22, 2017 |

In Wisconsin, a few grams of bark brought back to the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the lab of genetics professor Chris Hittinger by a recent undergraduate were home to a previously unknown strain of yeast, named Yamadazyma laniorum “in honor of the hardworking people of the historic meat packing industry of Green Bay, Wisconsin,” according […]

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Next generation forest company: The Digest’s 2017 Multi-Slide Guide to Conifex

Next generation forest company: The Digest’s 2017 Multi-Slide Guide to Conifex

June 18, 2017 |

Conifex’s business is the harvesting of timber and the manufacture and sale of lumber, primarily for North American and Asian markets. Its sawmills process high-quality SPF logs into higher-grade and commodity-grade lumber, wood chips that are sold externally and used for pulp production, and other residual products for sale to wood pellet manufacturers, finger joint lumber […]

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