We provide economical biomass solutions and feedstock for the bio energy industry, the pulp and paper industry, electric utilities, biofuels, biotech, and composite building materials.
Our market advantage is our ability to provide an environmentally friendly, sustainable, closed-loop feedstock with yields that surpass competing biomass options. The exclusive TreeFree international patents for planting, propagation, growing, harvesting and refining a specialized cultivar of Arundo Donax called Nile Fiber™, make possible the manufacture of countless essential products across seven industries. The results are high quality pulp, paper, building materials, bio-fuels, bio-energy, pharmaceutical products, chemicals and more. All without destroying a single tree.
TFBS has commissioned scientific research at the University of Washington, Washington State University and Auburn University to pioneer, to verify, patent, and refine a revolutionary standard for utilizing Nile Fiber™.
At its core, TFBS provides for businesses that need sustainable, economic, and environmentally friendly feedstock. Our business provides planting materials and/or take or pay (by the dry ton) agreements. We provide consultation on all phases of the delivery cycle including planting, harvesting, chip processing, cleaning, and transportation. We work with our clients to establish a sustainable ROI, and our products offer additional indirect benefits including carbon sequestration, phytoremediation and other value-added products. Our patented propagation methods offer rapid crop establishment and improved crop densities.
Our consultation extends to include the licensing of patented process enhancements for the pulp and paper, composites, energy and medical, and farming industries.
As a biomass innovator and supplier, we pride ourselves on providing leading edge information to best support your investment in biomass crop procurement. In our library, we have provided links to recent documentation and information critical to support any biomass project. Additionally, we offer a second tier library to our clients and partners. Please feel free to contact us for access.
PDF Files from our library
PDF - ADX OR Assessment_Feb2011 - Oregon Department of Agriculture Plant Pest Risk Assessment for Giant Reed Arundo donax L. February 2011