The calcium chloride comes from the Midwest, and the agricultural byproducts
are hauled in from the South and West, all by rail, to terminals in Shirley and Albany, NY.
It is derived from renewable agricultural byproducts
and mycelium, fungal matter.
Truckloads of agricultural byproducts
that cannot be used for food or feed--and therefore have limited or no economic value--arrive from local farms.
In addition, there are thousands of tons of cotton waste and sawdust alongwith other agricultural byproducts
available throughout the year that could be used for mushroom protein production.
StormFisher builds, owns, and operates projects in North America which turn food or agricultural byproducts
into natural gas and electricity.
The acquisition of StormFisher, which builds, owns, and operates projects in North America that turn food or agricultural byproducts
into natural gas and electricity, will enable Greenhouse Gas Services to grow in markets outside the U.
MFCs are a budding technology that converts waste, such as industrial and agricultural byproducts
, sewage, food scraps, paper, and plastics, into clean water and power.
We studied several conditions to extract fibers from the milkweed stems based on our experiences in obtaining fibers from various agricultural byproducts
Projects at the institute will work on turning agricultural byproducts
into fuel and other chemicals that include organic insecticides, pesticides and fertilizers.
KEYWORDS / Agricultural Byproducts
/ Chemical Composition / Pleurotus / Wheat straw /
The Integrated Corn-Based BioRefinery (ICBR) is aligned with DuPont's strategy to develop new innovations that can convert energy crops, such as grasses, and agricultural byproducts
, such as straw and corn stalks, into biofuels and other renewably sourced materials.
CWT claims it works on anything containing carbon: agricultural byproducts
, used tires, sewage, even discarded appliances.