Green Biologics Starts Construction in Little Falls, MN

2nd December 2015

Building a 100 percent Renewable, Bio-Based n-Butanol & Acetone Plant

Gahanna, Ohio and Abingdon, England (December 2, 2015) – Green Biologics Ltd., a U.K. based industrial biotechnology and renewable chemicals company, is moving forward with the construction of its 100 percent renewable, bio-based n-butanol and acetone manufacturing facility in Little Falls, MN. The existing manufacturing site,formerly known as The Central MN Ethanol Cooperative (CMEC), was acquired by Green Biologics in December 2014 and re-named Central MN Renewables (CMR). Permitting was completed in late August and the construction began on September 1, 2015. Commercial production is scheduled to commence in 2016.

􏰀The commencement of this construction project marks a significant milestone in our commitment to becoming a world class renewable specialty chemicals company,􏰁 said Sean Sutcliffe, Chief Executive of Green Biologics, Ltd.

In November, Green Biologics gained membership to the American Chemistry Council and started implementation of a comprehensive Responsible Care® initiative.

About Green Biologics

Green Biologics Ltd (GBL) is a renewable chemicals company based in Abingdon, England with a wholly owned U.S. operating company, Green Biologics Inc., based in Gahanna, Ohio. GBL’s Clostridium fermentation platform converts a wide range of sustainable feedstocks into high performance green chemicals such as n-butanol, acetone, and through chemical synthesis, derivatives of butanol and acetone used by a growing global consumer and industrial products customer base. The platform combines advanced high productivity fermentation with superior-performing proprietary Clostridium microbial biocatalysts and synthetic chemistry to produce a pipeline of high value green chemicals with optimal performance in downstream formulations.

Green Biologics is transforming the global chemicals market, providing its customers with products and technology that are more sustainable and higher value than petroleum-based alternatives. For more information, visit