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IBBC: Value Added Products from Biomass

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Learn how to leverage renewable materials from biomass to produce chemicals and fuels at TAPPI's 2016 International Bioenergy and Bioproducts Conference (IBBC), Sept. 28-30, 2016, in Jacksonville, Fla, USA. IBBC features both in-depth technical presentations, plus business oriented sessions that address business models, funding, and partnerships.

Program Focus:
  • Biomass:supply and demand, harvesting, pretreatments, pellets
  • Conversion Pathways: Thermochemical, biochemical, hybrid conversion technologies
  • Process Integration: Technical and economic issues, evaluating potential integration pathways
  • Biochemicals and Bioproducts: Lignin, sugar-derived and cellulose-based products, market assessments, end-user perspectives
  • Projects and Case Studies: Project status updates, deployment challenges, techno-economic studies.
Panel Discussions:
  • From Good to Great – Steps to Supercharge Your Biobased Business Plan
A discussion to learn the key critical elements in moving a bioproduct project from proof of technical concept through to commercialization.  
  • Monetizing Lignin, Sugars, and Fibers from Wood – How Do We Do It?
A discussion to facilitate the use of wood-based biomass; raw material producers must understand the needs and requirements of their customers. 

IBBC is co-located with the TAPPI PEERS Conference and your IBBC registration includes the Biorefinery Bridge Sessions taking place as part of the PEERS Conference, 8:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m., Wednesday, September 28; as well as the Student Poster Session.
 
IBBC is also co-located with the International Mechanical Bleaching Conference, and held in conjunction with the 11th Annual Research Forum on Recycling.  

 

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