Inside May 2016

Features

Dual Fuel--Colocating Ethanol, Biodiesel

BY Keith LoriaBiodiesel tanks are popping up in the tank farms at some ethanol plants these days. This article first appeared in the May issue of EPM. READ MORE

Species-Specific, Process-Specific DDGS Nutrition Profiles Needed

BY Susanne Retka SchillHow do low-oil, low-fiber, high-protein coproducts successfully find their best markets? This article appears n the May issue of EPM. READ MORE

Protein Packs A Punch in New Ethanol Coproducts

BY Holly Jessen and Kassidi Andres Two companies gain traction in the quest to produce high-protein feed products from ethanol coproducts. This article appears in the May issue of EPM. READ MORE

DG-Based Resins Spring into Plastics

BY Ann BaileyNebraska’s Laurel Biocomposite produces biomaterials for thermoset applications. This article appears in the May issue of EPM. READ MORE

FEW: Bigger and Better Than Ever in its 32nd Year

BY Ann BaileyThe FEW, sponsored by Ethanol Producer Magazine and produced by BBI International, will be held in the Wisconsin Center in downtown Milwaukee June 20-23. Nearly 25 percent of the 2,000 expected attendees will be ethanol producers. READ MORE

Contributions

Biomass-based Diesel Poised for Growth

BY Dave Elsenbast Biodiesel proves to be a major, and growing, market for distillers corn oil. This story first appeared in the May issue of EPM. READ MORE

New Coproduct Technology Produces Food-Grade Yeast

BY Don McLellan Process expands potential ethanol capacity by shortening fermentation. READ MORE

New, Evolving Coproducts Require Regulatory Due Diligence

BY Kurt A. Rosentrator Altered, novel products may require new AAFCO definitions, GRAS affirmations. This article appears in the May issue of EPM. READ MORE