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  • Steve Hartig, ICM, Inc

Bioethanol is an increasingly competitive business and simply being an efficient producer is not enough to guarantee ongoing profitability. Going forward, sustainable companies will need to differentiate themselves from their competitors.

ICM’s technology is used in more than half of the ethanol plants in North America and has proven itself as both robust and efficient. Looking to the future ICM has developed new technologies integrated into the entire plant to both significantly reduce the carbon footprint while also producing high value animal feed products and both grain and cellulosic ethanol.

The technologies are being used fully for the first time in ELEMENT which is a 70 mln gpy plant under construction in Colwich, KS as part of a jv between The Andersons and ICM. This talk will give an overview of the technologies, the financial potential from

  • Date:Tuesday, July 9
  • Time:9:00 AM - 9:15 AM
  • Location:318
  • Session Type:Company and Technical Presentation
  • BIO Track:New Frontiers in Bioenergy
Steve Hartig
ICM, Inc