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Thorp B.,Bioenergy Deployment Consortium BDC | Seamans H.,Bioenergy Deployment Consortium BDC | Cullinan H.,Auburn University | Akhtar M.,Bioenergy Deployment Consortium BDC | And 3 more authors.
Paper360 | Year: 2014

Innovation is the process of translating an idea or invention into a product or service that creates value. Due to cost effective production and applications, its utilization increased rapidly in the 1970s. Aseptic packaging made it possible to ship products over long distances to developing countries. The sterilized package can maintain the freshness of milk, fruit or vegetable juices for up to six months or more, depending on food type. Beyond the significant gain in permanence of archival papers, the impacts of this innovation extend to improvements in fine paper brightness and opacity, reduced paper machine corrosion, improved environmental impact, energy savings and improved recyclability. Beyond the significant gain in permanence of archival papers, the impacts of this innovation extend to improvements in fine paper brightness and opacity, reduced paper machine corrosion, improved environmental impact, energy savings and improved recyclability. Source


Thorp B.A.,Bioenergy Deployment Consortium BDC | Seamans H.,Bioenergy Deployment Consortium BDC | Akhtar M.,Bioenergy Deployment Consortium BDC
Paper360 | Year: 2015

The estimates of 2014 reveal that the US biorefinery industry is recording better growth and emerging as a leading industry in the country. It has been observed in 2014 that more than 85 million gallons of cellulosic ethanol capacity started in the country, along with commercial facilities to produce advanced biofuels and chemical intermediates. The US Department of Energy (DOE) and US Department of Agriculture (USDA) have developed strategies to support development of technologies and demonstration plants with initial focus on cellulosic ethanol. Source

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