31 Jul '17, 2pm

#LanzaTech collaborating with Swayana to convert waste gases from #ferroalloy production to #ethanol

LanzaTech collaborating with Swayana to convert waste gases from ferroalloy production to ethanol 31 July 2017 South African engineering company Swayana has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with LanzaTech to collaborate on developing projects for the production of ethanol and higher value products from waste gases in the ferroalloy and titania smelting sectors. LanzaTech’s first commercial facility will be online at the end of 2017 in China, producing fuel-grade ethanol from captured steelmaking off-gas. The successful application of LanzaTech’s innovative platform in steel making has led to commercial engagement with companies in the ferroalloy sector. Ferroalloys are alloys of iron with some element other than carbon; the ferroalloy “carries” that element into molten metal—e.g., during steel manufacturing. Ferroalloys thus serve important functions during iron ...

Full article: http://www.greencarcongress.com/2017/07/20170731-lanzatec...

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