Not much has changed since the 2015 study: Corncob prices still dominate the base price of furfural.
Growing the Bioeconomy
A variety of lignocellulosic biomass that we have tested over the years as feedstock for furfural production
Bioenergy crops could store more carbon in soil
Bioenergy crops lets much more carbon accumulate in the soil.
Two More Factsheets: Biobased Products
There are already a wide range of commercially available bio-based products on the market offering a diverse range of functionalities.
Why should the public sector purchase them?
Factsheet #1: What are biobased products?
Sustainability of bio-based products is dependent on multiple factors, such as sourcing of feedstock, design of the production process, adequate choice of disposal option, etc.
Defining Moment for Bioplastic Feedstock Developments
The decline of crude oil prices during 2015 forward has hampered the growth of bioplastics, but there are remarkable technology achievements to make biochemical building blocks.
Biomass Suitable for Furfural Production
During 10 years of furfural process R&D, the team at International Furan Technology (“IFT”), a DalinYebo subsidiary, investigated and developed solutions mainly for the use of solid biomass.
Bio-based Solutions of the Future
Multiple market applications are being targeted that broadens the horizon further for bio-based materials.
Climate change is real.
It is happening right now.
It is the most urgent threat facing our entire species, and we need to work collectively together and stop procrastinating.
A local, cloud-based trading platform that connects biomass owners with users/bio-refiners.
Does the co-harvesting of maize and cobs make business sense?
Since 2002, DalinYebo Trading and Development (“DalinYebo”) has been looking for supplies of corncobs to make biorenewable chemicals
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