Feedstock Opportunities


One of Woodland's most significant advantages is our ability to use a wide variety of feedstocks. Use of diverse renewable biomass feedstocks allows Woodland's plants to use non-food, waste materials.  This helps minimize input costs and allows us to operate outside of the food-for-fuel debate that surrounds the traditional ethanol industry, which in North America makes ethanol primarily from corn.

The following identifies some of the biomass feedstock materials that Woodland's CPR™ technology can use:

Wood Waste

Wood Bi-Product and Waste

  • Damaged and diseased forest materials
  • Wood chips, sawdust, bark, end-cuts
  • Forest slash
  • Urban wood waste, trimmings, branches
  • Industrial wood waste, pallets, wire reels
  • Construction and demolition wood waste
  • Cellulose

    Cellulose-Rich Products

  • Cardboard
  • Paper
  • Municipal Solid Waste

  • Agriculture Waste

    Agricultural Waste

  • Corn stover, stalks, cobs
  • Bagasse
  • Switchgrass
  • Food processing waste materials