The LignoValue Pilot plant will make it possible to produce larger amounts of bio-aromatic fractions to allow companies to take further steps in for detailed properties’ testing. The pilot meets the needs of various companies that have already expressed an interest in innovative molecules and a willingness to carry out application testing. More than 30 companies are actively following and supporting the LignoValue Pilot project and have signed a letter of intent.
In the past months, Zeton has been working on the detailed engineering of this LignoValue Pilot, which will cost about € 4.3 million. The build is expected to be finished in December.
More information can be found on the Biorizon website.