We believe that locating large scale bio-refineries in remote regions is not the best practice. The sites are being chosen for secure feedstock sources.
They are far removed from their consumers, in areas of high population density, which adds to transportation costs. Regions of high population density offer an urban wood waste supply combined with agriculture waste which can be used to feed a renewable liquid fuel manufacturing facility of the proper scale.
The greatest impact this project will have is in demonstrating the proper logistics and scalability of plants.
Eagle BioMass is a well-established business involved in the "green" arena. They were named Illinois recycler of the year (in 1994). EBI offers specialized collection and logistics for construction, demolition, and organic waste materials. EBI recognizes the Renewable Energy Industry has a need for what it has developed the past 23 years. The company's existing business development team stands ready to demonstrate the proper renewable-fuel plant, both in concept and in scale. The company is well-positioned and able to license their collection services/logistics for feedstock and Energy Center design to existing businesses in communities across America. Eagle BioMass, Inc. brings a unique solution to leverage current waste materials (making America "greener") not currently being utilized, and bring much sought after renewable energy capabilities to those communities they serve!
Cellulosic Ethanol is rapidly becoming one of the next major fuel sources in America. The enzymes needed to break down wood waste and other waste materials have been discovered and will have a major impact on ramping up cellulosic ethanol production. This fuel will increase the demand for wood, Agricultural Stover and other organic wastes, which will put to use the scrap our blessed nation has generated. America has been condemned as a consuming nation when in reality it has been a blessed nation because of Godly men and women past and present.
Biodiesel can be made from waste materials such as petroleum base scrap, algae, or any biomass materials.
Once we have demonstrated how to handle bulk recoverable waste for builders, farmers, landscapers, commercial plant waste, sea weed, and storm debris to supply the Eagle Biomass, Inc Energy Conversion Center, we will license our process across the nation.