Instead of burning agriculture waste and polluting the environment or taking up valuable space with landfills, why not convert wastes into something useful? Frontline’s gasification process converts organic waste or municipal solid waste into renewable products, energy, and fuel. Biomass feedstocks include corn stover, almond shells, and more while municipal solid waste feedstocks include refuse-derived fuel. Agricultural, household, and industrial waste can be more than just waste. Frontline BioEnergy’s technology allows these waste streams to become something more.

A List of Potential Feedstocks

  • Refuse-derived fuel (RDF) from sorted municipal solid waste (MSW)
  • Bagasse from sugarcane processing
  • Empty Fruit Bunch (EFB) from palm oil extraction
  • Peanut shells
  • Sunflower hulls
  • Wood chips – eucalyptus whole tree
  • Wood chips – poplar whole tree
  • Urban wood waste
  • Waste wood chips – dunnage, pallets, crates
  • Wood pellets
  • Wood derived from construction and demolition (C&D) waste
  • Sawdust
  • Crude glycerin from biodiesel production
  • Waste paper
  • Paper sludge
  • Switchgrass
  • Corn cobs
  • Corn stover
  • Corn grain, including discard seed corn
  • Corn hulls
  • Obsolete seed soybeans
  • Dried distiller’s grains and soluble (DDGS)
  • Poultry litter
  • Cow manure
  • Meat and bone meal from animal rendering operations
  • Low rank coal (lignite)