Wausau, Wis. –American Science and Technology (AST), a sustainable technology company, has agreed to begin sending shipments of its Organosolv lignin to the Energy research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN ). This is a continuation of AST’s ongoing efforts to speed up the development of advanced and innovative lignin-based products by sharing its Organosolv lignin with an increasing number of research institutions around the world.
American Science and Technology (AST), a sustainable technology company, has teamed up with TERMA Group, a team of Waste and Environmental Technology researchers at the University of Malaga, in Spain, to continue efforts on the development of new lignin-based products.
New Washington State University Study Using AST Lignin in Thermoplastic Material Produces Promising Results
Scientists at Washington State University’s Composite Materials and Engineering Center have published a new paper discussing their recent work on the application of Organosolv lignin, supplied by AST, in thermoplastic materials.
Wausau, Wis. – American Science and Technology (AST), a sustainable technology company focused on providing R&D services to develop innovative processes that can produce cost-competitive renewable chemicals and materials from non-food biomass, has won a second patent (US 9,382,283 B2) in as many months, related to its Organosolv pulping process.
American Science and Technology Receives New Patent for Method to Increase the Efficiency and Profitability of Organosolv Processing of Lignocellulosic Biomass
Wausau, Wis. – American Science and Technology (AST), an emerging technology company, has been awarded a patent for a system and method for the extraction of chemicals from lignocellulosic biomass, which reduces the cost of Organosolv processing and increases the incentives to use renewable resources for chemical production.
American Science and Technology has completed the scale-up of its biorefinery in Wausau, Wisconsin.
The scale-up increase’s the processing capacity of AST, an emerging technology company in the biochemicals and renewable fuel sector, from 100 kilograms to 2 tons of cellulosic biomass per day.
University of Wisconsin System President Visits American Science and Technology and the New Scaled-Up Bio-Refinery
On Friday, March 18, University of Wisconsin System President, Ray Cross, visited American Science and Technology (AST) and the newly established Cellulose Pilot and Processing Laboratory (CPPL), located in Wausau, Wisconsin, for a tour of the recently completed scaled-up biorefinery pilot plant.
American Science and Technology, an emerging technology company in the bio-chemicals and renewable materials sector, has achieved a major milestone as it announces the completion of its Wausau, WI bio-refinery pilot plant scale up. The new pilot plant will increase AST’s processing capacity to 2 tons of cellulosic biomass per day.