Celtic Renewables seeks planning permission for commercial-scale biobutanol plant

August 22, 2016 |

In the UK, Celtic Renewables has filed for planning permission to build a commercial-scale biobutanol facility from whiskey production waste streams in Grangemouth. Public consultations on the proposal will be held next month as part of the planning permission process. The Scottish town has long been the target for the company’s eventual scale up to commercial production following its successful demonstration of the technology, believing it could be come a $116 million per year industry.

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