Our integrated "micro" biorefineries combine state-of-the-art aquaculture and bioprocessing technologies with high-efficiency fermentation and distillation systems that:
POWERFUL PLANT PROTEIN
Greenbelt Resources Biorefinery in Australia
Twenty-years ago after leaving the United Nations, Ambassador Young saw the potential of duckweed while working in Africa. As a result he created The Duckweed Project to Feed the Hungry, which could be a source of nutrition. “It (duckweed) just sparked my imagination,” Ambassador Young simply explains. Since then, his Foundation funded a pilot plant in Louisiana to refine duckweed for independent testing. The results have proven duckweed to be the richest source of vegetable protein on the planet – substantially more so than soy. Now, with a grant from the USDA), the Andrew J. Young Foundation is completed a Feasibility Study for a commercial scale bio-refinery to be built in the United States, the first of its kind anywhere. Ambassador Young’s ambitious vision is nothing less than to eradicate hunger and malnutrition around the world. “And we now know that is possible,” he says.
Andrew J. Young,
UN Ambassador, Mayor of Atlanta, US Congressman, Pastor
AND BIOFUELS FOR THE PLANET
There are too many mouths to feed and more are coming. By 2040 there could be another 2.5 billion or more people on the planet according to the UN’s FAO.
Thus there an enormous demand for protein for humans, animals, and fish and need for renewable energy and clean potable water.
30 December 2016
Feasibility Study completed for USDA
TO PROVIDE SUSTAINABLE FOOD AND FUEL FOR A HUNGRY WORLD
Our mission is to sustainably develop appropriate scaled advanced biorefinery systems for the efficient production of highly nutritious plant based protein food and feed, and high grade bioethanol as co-products.
19 May 2017
Prepared Biorefinery Development Plan for Lemoore Naval Air Station