Celtic Renewables gets planning permission for commercial demo plant

December 12, 2017 |

In the UK, Waste Management World reports that the Falkirk Council has granted Celtic Renewables planning permission for its proposed 500,000 liter per year commercial-scale demonstration plant producing advanced biobutanol from whiskey waste streams draff and pot ale. Using a peer-to-peer investment platform called Abundance Investment, the company is seeking nearly $7 million in capital to build the project. Construction is expected to begin in early 2018 now that planning permission is now in place.

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