Sarnia, Canada
This modular reactor system was designed and fabricated off-site, then shipped to Sarnia, Ontario. It converts cellulose into chloromethyl furfural (CMF), hydrothermal carbon (HTC), levulinic acid and furfural in one chemo-catalytic step. The technology is owned by one of several companies building market-demonstration scale biorefineries in Canada.

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