A demonstration facility focused on innovation

enerkem-westbury

 

Enerkem tests unconventional feedstocks and raw materials proposed by its clients and partners at the Westbury facility. The plant also serves for the development of new products and as a training centre for our plant technicians and operators.

The Westbury demonstration facility allowed Enerkem to scale up its process for full commercial deployment, such as the Enerkem Alberta Biofuels facility in Edmonton, Canada.

Enerkem Westbury is a compact plant located in a rural area, near a sawmill that recycles used electricity and telephone poles and railway ties. Enerkem converts the non-usable portion of these poles, as well as other waste materials, into clean fuels and green chemicals.

ENERKEM WESTBURY

Type: demonstration
Status: in operation since 2009 (syngas), 2010 (methanol), 2012 (ethanol)
Feedstock: decommissioned telephone poles and sorted municipal solid waste
Products: syngas, methanol, ethanol
Capacity: 5 million litres per year (methanol) / 1.3 million gallons per year

 

Enerkem Inc. – Westbury facility
551, avenue de la Tuilerie
Westbury QC J0B 1R0 CANADA