Attis Industries introduces lignin conversion process

P&PC Staff
November 05, 2018
By P&PC Staff
November 5, 2018 – Attis Industries has launched a video series that will give interested parties additional information on the technologies and bio-based products offered under the company's innovations division.

In the first video, Attis CEO Jeff Cosman and members of the innovations team discuss the current inefficiencies in biomass processing and how the Attis is using byproducts from the pulp and paper industry to double biofuel output. More installments will be uploaded in the coming months.

Attis can recover 1.3 pounds of high-purity lignin for every pound of cellulosic ethanol it produces. The concentrated carbon can then be converted into gasoline or diesel, or used to make plastics and adhesives. 

Attis Industries is a US-based company focused on developing businesses in the bioeconomy across the renewable fuels, bio-based plastics, healthcare and communications industries.

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