On March 1, 2019, Chemical Engineering Online published a piece on Xyleco’s patented process. Titled “Accelerated Electrons Unlock Sugars From Cellulosic Biomass,” the article gives a better explanation of how Xyleco is able to cleanly and inexpensively make its fuels, plastics and other products from biomass.
You can read the story at Chemical Engineering Online’s site here.
Xyleco is the world’s leading expert in unlocking the potential of non-food biomass.
The company has world-class research and development laboratories, as well as a pilot production facility on 5 acres alongside Route 95 in Wakefield, MA, where the company innovates and demonstrates its cellulosic technology. It also has a commercial plant facility on a 162-acre campus in Washington State.
Xyleco’s Board of Directors includes three Nobel prize winners in science (chemistry and physics), a senior professor in chemical engineering at MIT, a former U.S. Secretary of Energy, and a former Chief Executive Officer of the world’s largest oil company.
More information about Xyleco can be found at www.xyleco.com.