Tag: S2G BioChem

S2G BioChem Building Advanced BioRefinery in Sarnia: Production of Xylitol to Begin in 2018

S2G BioChem Building Advanced BioRefinery in Sarnia: Production of Xylitol to Begin in 2018

June 25, 2017 |

In Canada, S2G BioChem has started work on the company’s first standalone biorefinery demonstration plant that it intends to build in Sarnia, Ontario. The commercial-scale facility will refine local, sustainable forestry and agricultural residues using S2G’s patented process to produce the lowest-cost and highest-value food ingredient xylitol available on the market today while co-producing value-add bioglycols for a […]

Read More

Sustainably-sourced advanced biobased chemicals: The Digest’s 2017 Multi-Slide Guide to S2G BioChem

Sustainably-sourced advanced biobased chemicals: The Digest’s 2017 Multi-Slide Guide to S2G BioChem

January 25, 2017 |

In November, we reported that S2G BioChem has entered into a license and collaboration agreement with Mondelēz International — a leader in biscuits, chocolate, gum, candy and powdered beverages — to help commercialize a sustainably-sourced supply of the food ingredient xylitol using a proprietary co-production technology. Commercial-scale production of the sustainably-sourced food ingredient xylitol is expected […]

Read More

Crossing the chasm to scale: S2G goes commercial with bioglycols

Crossing the chasm to scale: S2G goes commercial with bioglycols

June 18, 2016 |

They call it the Valley of Death, but it’s a complete misnomer. It’s the “nearly impassible Khumbu Icefalls” of Death — filled with chasms, crevasses and painful progress towards the summit in the far distance. But some make it through. They might have final scale-up and commercial success still to achieve — Everest still ahead of […]

Read More

S2G BioChem looking at southern Alberta sugarbeets as bio-glycol feedstock

S2G BioChem looking at southern Alberta sugarbeets as bio-glycol feedstock

August 5, 2013 |

In Canada, S2G BioChem is looking to set up a sugarbeet-based bio-glycol facility in southern Alberta, which the local beet industry is looking at as a major opportunity to further develop the crop that is currently served by only one sugar factory in the province. The facility would demand beet from 20,000 more acres, bringing […]

Read More