The Biomass Densification Division was created to give individuals and businesses an alternative use for their waste streams.
With the rising cost of oil and natural gas, many have turned to using pellet fired furnaces for heating their homes and businesses. Others have found opportunity in pelletizing for bulk reduction, sterilization and reuse of solid wastes that would otherwise end up in our landfills. Still others prefer the convenience and flexibility feeding a complete ration in pellet form to livestock, pets, and for use in aquaculture.
Many common biomass products have been pelletized successfully such as corn stalks, corn cobs, switch grass, straw, dry distillers grain (DDG), seed hulls, alfalfa, waste paper, cardboard, animal manure, etc.
More U.S. manufacturing jobs not only reduce the unemployment rate, but also expand the tax base to pay for benefits.
The New York Times - Roger Simmermaker