Starting April 1st, 2019 the Bioprocess Pilot Facility B.V. (BPF) and Wageningen Food & Biobased Research will join forces to co-develop biobased processes for the chemical industry and the agri-food industry. This collaboration was announced at the conference World Biomarkets 2019 (Amsterdam, 1 – 3 April).
We are pleased to announce the Workshop entitled “Efficient and sustainable production of high added value biochemical via biotechnological and chemocatalytic routes”, organized in the frame of the BioCatPolymers H2020 project. Registration for the event is now open!
Further to our earlier obtained FSSC 22000 version 3 certification, Bioprocess Pilot Facility (BPF) has expanded its food safety compliance for the production of food ingredients based on non-animal-based proteins...
The BPF has enabled the demonstration of in-situ recovery technology for compounds produced by fermentation. Delft University of Technology and Delft Advanced Biorenewables (DAB) developed a proprietary reactor concept to...
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Leaf Resources Limited is pleased to report that phase 2 of the Integrated Demonstration Study (IDS) at Bioprocess Pilot Facility B.V.
Back in 2016 project Green Pellets was started with the idea for the concept of pelletising specially pretreated biomass for the biorefinery value chain.
BPF successfully carried out the C3 process which enables the production of renewable isopropanol and acetone, at demo plant scale for its customer Global Bioenergies.
BPF is part of the newly started EU project "BioCatPolymers". A 3-year project in which the whole value chain from feedstock to polymer will be demonstrated. The main objective of BioCatPolymers is to demonstrate a cost-effective, sustainable and efficient cascade technological route to produce monomers for versatile high-value polymers.