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65.75
32.375
Alagoas, Brazil

Bioflex Agroindustrial

Faz. São João, s/n – Zona Rural
57.249-899 – São Miguel dos Campos – AL – Caixa postal 14

Breading Station

Biovertis Produção Agrícola Ltda.
Fazenda Andorinha, Rod. AL 220 s/n, KM 6,5,
São Miguel dos Campos, Zona Rural, AL, CEP 57180-000

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74.75
30.75
São Paulo, Brazil

Headquarter

Av. Brig. Faria Lima, 2277, 15º andar, Conjunto 1503
Jd. Paulistano, São Paulo, SP
CEP 01452-000

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18.75
Atlanta, USA

Office USA

GranAPI LLC
255 Lenox Rd, NE#750,
Atlanta, GA 30326, USA

Biorefineries

Thomaston
300 McIntosh Parkway
Thomaston, GA 30286, USA

Alpena
412 Ford Avenue
Alpena, MI 19707, USA

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+55 11 2739.0500

 

Technology for the generation of biofuels and biochemicals

GranBio Tech®’s objective is to license its biorefinery technology platforms for biochemicals and biofuels through strategic partnerships and to increase its ability to produce nanocellulose on a commercial scale with product and market development partnerships.

GranBio Tech® LLC – a wholly-owned North American subsidiary of GranBio – acquired and developed cutting-edge technologies at its research center in Atlanta Thomaston – Georgia/USA. It owns two unique technological platforms for pre-treating biomass for the conversion of cellulose sugar into raw material for the production of a wide variety of renewables, including biofuels (mainly cellulosic ethanol) and biochemicals, like n-butanol, butanediol, succinic acid and others.

GranBio’s exclusive technology enables the use of various sources of biomass

Unlike other technologies focused on corn, sugar cane and wood, BioPlus® technology enables the use of several sources of biomass, significantly increasing the areas in which it can operate. This flexibility enables the technology to be implemented in several places around the world.

Tested biomasses:

Angiosperms

Trees (hardwood)

Poplar

Beech

Birch

Ash

Eucalyptus

Herbs (agricultural residues):

Corn (straw and fiber)

Oil palm (empty fruit bunches)

Sugar cane and energy cane (straw and bagasse)

Tobacco (stalks)

Wheat (straw)

Gymnosperms

Trees (softwood)

Fir

Larch Pine

Pinus Resinosa

Labrador Pine

Pinus Taeda

Balsam Fir

Oregon Pine

Mixed Softwood Biomass