Kaitlin Warner

Kaitlin Warner

Enginuity moves to Mexico, Mo., to scale up eCARB process

Enginuity moves to Mexico, Mo., to scale up eCARB process

By Sue Retka Schill | April 07, 2014 Enginuity Worldwide LLC has moved its research and development activities into the Missouri Plant Science Center in Mexico, Mo., in order to produce larger quantities of its biomass-based engineered pellets for large-scale testing. The company is on a fast track to get the demonstration facility operational in the second…

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Enginuity Worldwide receives $100,000 grant

Enginuity Worldwide receives $100,000 grant

The United Sorghum Checkoff Program, which works to improve the profitability of the sorghum industry through research, promotion and information, has awarded a $100,000 grant to Enginuity Worldwide. The company will use the money to expand its livestock feed technology program and produce better sources of animal feed using patented rotary compression technology. “The United…

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Roy Blunt visits Enginuity

Written by: Megan Myers May 9, 2016 Sen. Roy Blunt stopped by the Missouri Plant Science Center in Mexico Thursday to learn about the biocoal being developed by Enginuity and to speak about the region’s opportunities for leadership in several agricultural endeavors. Enginuity co-founders Nancy and Bob Heimann welcomed the senator and many guests from…

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Foreign Delegation Visits Enginuity to Explore Innovative Biotechnology

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 22, 2016 Contact: William Gerlich, 210-867-4038 MEXICO, MO – A foreign delegation of energy specialists from Hungary spent yesterday visiting Enginuity Worldwide to learn more about the Missouri-based company’s innovative biotechnology, which turns local agriculture waste into renewable solid biomass fuel. The delegation is comprised of project developers, including Gabor Nagy,…

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Enginuity Worldwide Founder & CEO to Participate in Upcoming EPA Biomass Workshop

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 1, 2016 Contact: William Gerlich, 210-867-4038 Missouri-Based Biotechnology Company CEO To Discuss Major Biomass Progress MEXICO, MO – The Environmental Protection Agency has invited Nancy Heimann, founder and CEO of Enginuity Worldwide, to speak during the EPA’s upcoming biomass workshop on April 7th in Washington, D.C. At the event, Heimann will…

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Sorghum Checkoff Awards Enginuity Grant to Develop New Sources of Livestock Feed

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 4, 2016 Contact: William Gerlich, 212-390-8860 Missouri-based Biotechnology Company Will Expand Agriculture Division To Develop Innovative Feed Technology MEXICO, MO – Enginuity Worldwide, a Missouri-based biotechnology company, announced today that The United Sorghum Checkoff Program has awarded the company a $100,000 grant to expand its livestock feed technology research program. The…

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Company to explore turning farm waste into BioCoal

Company to explore turning farm waste into BioCoal

Written by: NICHOLAS BERGIN Lincoln Journal Star Jul 10, 2016 Nebraska’s known for its golden corn, cattle and wide-open spaces. But take a drive across the state and you’ll also see fields of spent cornstalks in the fall, piles of cow manure and Eastern red cedar creeping into grassland. Enginuity Worldwide, a company out of…

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Nebraska explores use of ag waste for coal-like fuel

LINCOLN, NEB. Nebraska wants to find out whether its glut of agricultural waste could be processed into a coal-like substance to be used as a renewable fuel for power plants. The state Department of Environmental Quality last month awarded a Mexico, Missouri, company a grant of more than $250,000 as part of that effort. The…

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