Russian miller considers fractionation

By | October 06, 2008
OJSC PAVA, one of the largest wheat millers in Russia, is planning to build a grain fractionation plant in the Rebrikha district of Altay Territory, Russia. The facility will produce wheat gluten, starches, syrups, compound livestock feed, alcohols of different grades, wheat germ oil and carbon dioxide. Yulia Chebotavera, OJSC PAVA public relations manager, said fuel ethanol production had been a focus of the project, but because of changing market conditions, the company would concentrate on industrial and beverage alcohols instead.