KmX, Fiberight Seal Biofuel Technology License Deal (Ind. Report)
KmX Corp,Fiberight LLC
KmX Corporation has granted Catonsville, Maryland- based Fiberight LLC exclusive rights to its membrane aided concentration and dehydration technologies for the conversion of Municipal Solid Waste into ethanol.
Fiberight is a privately held company founded in 2007 with current operations in Virginia, Maryland and Iowa. Fiberight focuses on transforming post-recycled municipal solid wastes and other organic feedstocks into next generation renewable biofuels, with cellulosic ethanol as the core product.
KmX's membrane technologies replace the need for energy intensive distillation columns and molecular sieves in refining cellulosic ethanol. (Source: Fiberight, Technews, 26 April, 2012) Contact: Fiberight, Craig Stuart Paul, CEO, (434) 848-8026, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.fiberight.com: KmX Corp., www.kmxcorp.com
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Akron to Tap Methane to Power Treatment Plant (Ind. Report)
City of Akron
The city of Akron, Ohio, will use methane gas from its closed landfill to produce electricity for an adjacent sewage treatment plant.
Columbus, Ohio-based Hull & Associates
will finance and install electricity generation equipment and sell power to the city at discounted rates.
The project will produce enough electricity to power up to 700 homes annually, or nearly one-third of the sewage treatment plant's needs.
With Akron's recently announced expanded plan to process municipal solid wastes from the treatment plant, nearly 90% of its required electric power will be generated on-site.(Source: WFMJ News, City of Akron, October, 27, 2011)
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