Lixea has developed the Dendronic Process, a novel pretreatment technology for lignocellulosic biomass, offering unprecedented feedstock flexibility.
Different types of biomass, including agricultural residues, energy crops, forestry residues, and even waste construction wood, can be used in a one-size-fits-all process.
An inexpensive and recyclable ionic liquid separates the different components of biomass: cellulose and lignin. In addition, by-products and heavy metals present in waste wood can be recovered.
The Dendronic process is effective on a range of biomass types, including hardwoods and softwoods as well as heavy metal contaminated mixed waste wood. Most feedstocks can be treated under identical conditions, offering unprecedented flexibility. Lixea is keen to validate its process with as many wood types as possible, with a particular interest in material that would otherwise be landfilled or incinerated.
Transforming Unrecyclable Woody Biomass into Sustainable Products
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