Paradigm Bio Aviation has assumed the commercial integration role of sourcing long-term MSW feedstock contracts from incumbent municipal and commercial haulers while securing off-take agreements for power and liquid fuels.

It is intended that each regional IBR will employ Thermochemical Carbon Reformation and Cogeneration (“T-CRAC”) processes; as well as Gas-To-Liquid fuel systems integrated with single-stream Materials Recycling Facilities (MRF) that are able to consume all forms of local municipal solid waste (MSW, C&D, Cellulosic and other landfill effluents) that produce Bio-SPK jet fuel. PBA will derive additional revenues from “tipping fees” (currently charged to municipalities and waste providers for disposing of MSW1) and from carbon “RIN & Blend” (credits generated and sold to carbon producers2).

Regional communities favor these facilities because they provide:

    • Green jobs
    • Diminish the need for new landfills
    • Decrease municipal recycling costs
    • Reduce their carbon emissions
    • Protect against “peak oil” shortages with local fuel production
    • Reduce dependence on imported fossil fuel
    • Generate electric power
    • Fuel regional airports and aircraft operations

There are currently no established commercial supply chain parameters for aviation bio-fuels because of the recent development of the industry.

Paradigm Bio Aviation believes the creation of two groups, a User Group and a Technical Working Group, will play a significant role in defining this new industry. If you are interested in hearing more about User or Technical Working Groups, please contact us.

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