Reusing waste gas

October 2011
ICIS Chemical Business;10/17/2011, Vol. 280 Issue 12, p41
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The article reports on the winner of the Best Innovation by small and medium business enterprise (SME) in the 2011 ICIS Innovation Awards, LanzaTech NZ Ltd. and its process of turning waste gases into usable fuels and chemicals, which won it the award. It states the company has developed a gas fermentation process utilizing waste gas streams containing carbon monoxide (CO) to produce fuels and chemicals. Modified bacteria is used in gas fermentation to convert the gas into fuels like ethanol.


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