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Feedstocks - Eco Energy International
biomass, biogas, landfill gas, methanol, ethanol, municipal solid waste & sugars

Hydrogen Feedstocks:

Eco Energy International (EEI) is working to develop and commercialize technologies to produce clean renewable hydrogen from waste.  Our patented, modular, scalable technologies produce pure hydrogen at costs rivaling those of large-scale facilities but without releasing greenhouse gases (CO2, CO) that traditional processes produce.  By using renewable feedstocks, this hydrogen is considered green (renewable) hydrogen that is in high demand in a growing market. 

EEI’s Base Facilitated Reformer (BFR) process has been demonstrated on a wide variety of fuels, making it viable in multiple applications and industries. Examples of Renewable and Nonrenewable Feedstocks successfully reformed into Hydrogen by the BFR Process Include:

Agricultural Solid Waste (ASW):

  • Animal waste
  • Crop waste
  • Other Organic Wastes

Forestry Industry Waste

  • Slash piles
    1. Twigs
    2. Branches
    3. Roots
    4. Leaves
  • Woodchips
  • Sawdust
  • Stumps

Municipal Solid Waste (MSW)

  • Wood
  • Food
  • Yard Wastes
  • Other Organic Materials

Alcohols

  • Methanol
  • Ethanol
  • Crude Ethanol
  • E95
  • Ethylene Glycol
  • Glycerol (byproduct of bio-diesel production)

Fossil Fuels

  • Diesel
  • JP8
  • Methane
    1. Natural Gas
    2. Landfill Gas
    3. Bio-Gas
    4. Flare Gas

Coal Industry Waste

  • Coal, Waste Coal
  • Coal Fines
  • Slurry Ponds

Sugars and Starches

  • Glucose
  • Fructose
  • Starch
    1. Corn Starch
    2. Potato Starch

Biomass

  • Grass
  • Algae
  • Sawdust
  • Woodchips
  • Corn
  • Cellulose

Food Industry Waste (FIW):

    • Food Processing
    • Meat Processing
    • Food Service Wastes
      1. Fryer Oils
      2. Potato Peels