EXTON, PA. — PMC BioTec has relaunched as BioConversion Solutions LLC (BCS) as part of a major global business expansion. In 2012, the company launched its Advanced Fluidized Co-Digestion & Co-Generation (AFC2) anaerobic process that converts organic waste to renewable energy. Alan Rozich, Ph.D., founded PMC BioTec, now BCS, in 2003.
BCS’ advanced process technology enables customers to design, build, and operate biological conversion plants to produce renewable energy and other value-added products including fertilizer and clean water from most types of biomass feedstocks. The company has pioneered two proprietary process technology platforms to date — the Advanced Fluidized Co-Digestion & Co-Generation (AFC2) anaerobic process and the Advanced Fluidized Composting (AFC) aerobic process — each with multiple applications.
“BioConversion Solutions, as the new company name, perfectly describes our fundamental core competence and what we offer to our customers,” said Per Suneby, CEO of BCS. “BCS is a process technology innovator as well as an experienced systems engineering shop. We develop, test, and perform application engineering. Then, we help design, construct, and commission production plants to convert biomass to valuable products including renewable energy.”
Converting up to 90 percent or more of the organic solids contained in the feedstock, the BCS process technologies enable bioconversion systems serving the commercial co-digestion, food processing, agri-business, oil, gas, and mining, chemical and pharmaceutical, military, and municipal markets. BCS works with facilities management, construction, engineering, and digestion system firms, as well as pretreatment equipment, specialized process, and other vendors to implement a biokinetics-based systems approach that adds value in every stage of a project from inception to completion. AFC2 from BCS generates minimal or no residual sludge and with the removal of nutrients as a fertilizer product, the resulting effluent water is clean enough to be discharged or reused for agricultural or industrial purposes.
For more information about BioConversion Solutions, visit www.bioconversionsolutions.com.