Construction to begin for biocoal commercial facilities around the world

In the Netherlands, a partnership of international companies will start construction of facilities at several locations around the world, where biocoal will be produced...

Sweden and Finland sign LOI for biofuels, biomaterials

In Sweden, Minister of Agriculture, Sven-Erik Bucht and Finnish Minister for Agriculture and Forestry, Jari Leppä, signed a Letter of Intent between Swedish RISE...

Mahoney Environmental Acquires Green Oil

In Illinois, Mahoney Environmental, a recycler of used cooking oil, purchased Green Oil, LLC dba Green Dining, a used oil recycling and grease trap...

Brewery wastewater finds new use as fuel cell material

In Colorado, researchers have developed a process for using brewery wastewater to create carbon-based fuel cell materials. The breakthrough could help brewers reduce the...

Aemetis improves its finances with bridge-for-EB5 debt swap

In California, Aemetis is reducing interest costs by 80% by using a $36M EB-5 Phase I funding and $50-million EB-5 Phase II funding —...

Air New Zealand and Virgin Australia received around 30 biojet offers

In New Zealand, following Air New Zealand’s call to arms for partners to produce aviation biofuels along with Virgin Australia, about 30 companies have...

Enerkem aims for Rottterdam with latest waste-to-methanol plant 

In the Netherlands, a partnership comprised of AkzoNobel, Van Gansewinkel, Air Liquide, AVR and Enerkem is looking to build its waste-to-chemicals plant in Rotterdam...

From Smelly Nail Polish Remover to Biofuels: White Dog Labs Looking to Expand

Delaware-based biotech company White Dog Labs, who you may remember for their innovative technology that boosts fermentation yields by around 50 percent and decreases...

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Eyewear eyes green material alternatives

In the United Kingdom, Optometry Today has covered the growing trend of sustainable eyewear, including the increased use of materials based on renewable feedstocks. The...

All that glitters is not green: Swedes create renewable sequins

In Sweden, designers and materials scientists have teamed up to create biodegradable sequins from cellulose. Designer Elissa Brunato created the Bio Iridescent Sequin in collaboration...

Biobased adhesive solves coffee cup conundrum

In Germany, family-owned chemical company Follmann, together with its Sealock subsidiary, have developed a biobased adhesive for use in disposable coffee cups. The innovation...