Origin Materials, Inc., the carbon negative materials company, announced the release of its process overview video demonstrating the Company’s carbon negative technology platform.
“We’re excited to provide an inside look at our technology and process for turning the carbon found in non-food biomass into useful materials, while capturing carbon in the process,” said John Bissell, co-founder and co-CEO of Origin Materials. “In this video, we aim to demonstrate how our patented breakthrough technology platform will drive our mission of enabling the world’s transition to sustainable materials. We want anyone interested in Origin to be able to see our process and facility, no matter where they are in the world. Our proven technology platform is ready to scale and we are now building our first commercial-scale plant in Sarnia, Ontario.”
The company continues to expect the construction of Origin 1 manufacturing plant to be completed before the end of 2022, with commissioning and production at the plant beginning immediately thereafter. As of June 30, 2021, installation of most foundations for building and process areas was significantly underway and on track for timely Origin 1 mechanical completion. In addition, Origin has also completed fabrication of the modules that contain all the equipment used for the conversion of biomass feedstock into high value chemicals. By the end of 2021, Origin expects the modules to be lifted and erected, roughly four months ahead of original schedule. Origin continues to expect the construction of Origin 2 manufacturing plant will be complete by the middle of 2025.