Waste-fueled gasification developers rising fast

Three leading gasification-based biomaterial developers had good news to tell of late. We recently spoke at the Bio-Based Chemicals Europe: Building The Value Chain conference, where CEO Christophe Schilling of Genomatica announced a joint development agreement with Waste Management (WM), the larges...

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