Virdia

  • Transitioning from fuming hydrochloric acid (HCl) to an undisclosed organic acid to convert cellulose into refined sugars, lignin, and other byproducts
  • Changed process in response to customer demand for more flexible sugar streams
  • Changed its name from HCL CleanTech in March 2012
  • ...

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