New technology converts waste to methanol

Maersk announced a partnership with Wastefuel in March with the intent of sourcing 30,000 tonnes/year from a bio-methanol project in South America that will start up in 2024.

Source: Maersk

WasteFuel, a developer of bio-refineries focused on converting Municipal Solid Waste into low carbon fuels, has developed the WasteFuel Methanol Module - a new technology it says will significantly accelerate the use of organic waste to produce green methanol.

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