Tag: acetone

WUR researchers produce new aviation fuel from bio-based side streams

WUR researchers produce new aviation fuel from bio-based side streams

October 10, 2021 |

In the Netherlands, Wageningen University & Research and its partners developed a new type of aviation fuel that is produced using bio-based waste streams from the agriculture industry. The new type of fuel is based on a mixture of acetone and alcohol. While it does not yet meet all requirements, it is getting close. The […]

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Green Biologics closes Minnesota butanol and acetone plant

Green Biologics closes Minnesota butanol and acetone plant

July 14, 2019 |

In Minnesota, UK-based Green Biologics Limited is winding down operations and closing the Little Falls, Minnesota plant that produces renewable butanol and acetone. Just last year, the company was working with Florida-based Kreussler on a corn-based dry cleaning solvent, as reported in NUU in June 2018, and was working on selling ingredients for a biobased […]

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Green Biologics partners with Acme-Hardesty for n-butanol and acetone distribution

Green Biologics partners with Acme-Hardesty for n-butanol and acetone distribution

April 18, 2016 |

In Virginia, Green Biologics has partnered with Acme-Hardesty, a division of Jacob Stern & Sons, for the distribution of n-butanol and acetone to the U.S. market for high value applications in food ingredients, cleaning products, and biolubricants. This partnership comes on the heels of the recent announcement of Green Biologics’s partnership with Nexeo, which  will […]

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Green Biologics partner with Nexeo for US distribution of n-butanol and acetone

Green Biologics partner with Nexeo for US distribution of n-butanol and acetone

April 10, 2016 |

In the UK, Green Biologics has partnered with Nexeo Solutions for the distribution of n-butanol and acetone to the U.S. market. Nexeo will focus on the CASE (coatings, adhesives, sealants, and elastomers) HI&I (household, industrial & institutional clearners), PCI (personal care intermediates), and energy chemicals. Green Biologics is building its first commercial production facility for […]

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