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S. Korean construction firm to develop bioethanol using cassava waste
South Korea’s GS Engineering & Construction (GS E&C) is collaborating with Finnish bioenergy company St1 to develop next-generation bioethanol using cassava waste in Thailand.
if successful, the South Korean construction firm says it will be the world’s first company to produce bioethanol using cassava pulp.
Most cassava pulp, a by-product generated during the crop's processing, is being discarded.
Bioethanol is produced using various raw materials such as corn, sugar cane, and wheat. However, the project's approach of creating a source of bioenergy from the waste of an edible crop is now gaining significant commercial attention, and cassava pulp has emerged as the best substitute.
Thailand, the third-largest producer of cassava in the world, is seen to be the best location for the green company due to the availability of cassava pulp.
In signing a memorandum of understanding with Director of St1 Renewable Energy Patrick Pitkanen in Bangkok, GS E&C President Huh Yoon-hong said they will continue to put effort into becoming an iconic company of sustainable management in Korea by discovering opportunities for new eco-friendly and digital-based business.