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Proud to hear our very own Minister of #Environment and #ClimateChange @cathmckenna include @Enerkem as part of solution to #ClimateAction today at @USherbrooke

The @CityofEdmonton and @Enerkem are turning 100,000 tons of waste annually into #biofuels for transportation https://t.co/JhNzlvNEAW

So, how is @Enerkem making the garbage powered car like in the Back to the Future movie a reality? 🗑->⛽️->🚗 https://t.co/1SglYHD6U7

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All you need to know about Enerkem and the industry

Cellulosic ethanol and chemicals from waste

Enerkem’s disruptive technology converts non-recyclable municipal solid waste (i.e. garbage) into cellulosic ethanol, methanol and other renewable chemicals, with better economics and greater sustainability than other technologies relying on fossil sources.

Enerkem operates a full-scale commercial facility in Edmonton, Canada as well as both an innovation centre and a pilot facility in Quebec. The company is developing several cellulosic ethanol and methanol production facilities in North America and globally, based on its modular manufacturing approach.