Edeniq Announces Cellulosic Demonstration Plant with Brazil Partner

VISALIA, California.  November 14, 2012 – Edeniq, a biomaterials and sustainable fuels technology

company, today announced that it has begun engineering and construction of a bagasse to sugars 

demonstration-scale plant together with its partner, Usina Vale, a Brazilian sugar and ethanol producer.  The demonstration plant will produce cellulosic sugars from sugarcane bagasse, the fibrous by-product of sugarcane juice extraction. Cellulosic sugars will be converted into ethanol at the site, showcasing how sugarcane mills can increase ethanol production economically with Edeniq’s patented bolt-on technologies. The plant will handle up to 20 tons per day of bagasse and will be co-located at Usina Vale’s ethanol and sugar production site in São Paulo State, Brazil.  


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