Biofuel Pellet Producer Moving Into The Missouri Plant Science Center

Enginuity Worldwide began moving into the Mexico, Mo., facility last week after a months long search for a site to manufacture its “eCARB” biofuel pellets. The startup company has an agreement to sell the fuel to Columbia Water and Light, which plans to mix it with coal in the city-owned power plant on Business Loop 70.

Columbia’s utility has been searching for a way to use biomass in its aging coal boilers, and Enginuity has marketed its eCARB product as a fuel that works well in older power plants designed to run on coal.

Columbia Daily Tribune