Carefully Developed over 25 years, the Biofine technology is now ready for commercial application
The Biofine technology enables the economic production of 100% renewable chemicals and second-generation advanced biofuels from any cellulosic waste stream.
The Biofine technology was invented by Dr. Stephen W. Fitzpatrick and is widely recognized as one of the most efficient methods to convert lignocellulose to high-value bioproducts. In 1999 Dr. Fitzpatrick was recognized for his discovery with the Presidential Green Chemistry Award.
Biofine’s recently awarded patents and upgraded pilot plant are on demonstration at the B2P2 Plant at the University of Maine – Orono – Forest Bioproducts Research Institute in Old Town, Maine.
The Value Chain
|Cellulosic Waste Feedstock||Biofine Process||Downstream Conversion||Market Applications|
Municipal Solid Waste,
Recycled Paper and Cardboard
Formic Acid, Furfural,
|Biofuels, Personal Care,|
Flavor & Fragrance, Solvents,
Resins & Coatings, Pharmaceuticals
Biofine Technology holds the international patents key to the economic production of high-value renewable chemicals and biofuels from cellulosic feedstocks.
Levulinic acid is widely recognized as a key platform chemical of the future due its versatility and potential for downstream derivative production.
The Biofine technology unlocks the platform potential of levulinic acid