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Headquartered in Wyoming, USA, Raven SR™ transforms biomass, mixed municipal solid waste, bio-solids, sewage, medical waste, and natural or biogas into renewable fuels. Using its proprietary, non-combustion, non-catalytic Steam/CO2 Reformation technology, Raven SR dependably produces a hydrogen-rich syngas regardless of feedstock utilized.

Raven SR, which is led by co-founders Matt Murdock and Matt Scanlon, is committed to adding value to local resources and communities while responsibly reducing greenhouse gases and achieving a low carbon economy.

By using modular systems and producing low air emissions, Raven’s systems can be located closer to customers and feedstock, creating local fuel from local waste for local mobility.

Raven’s Steam/CO2 Reforming system produces more synthetic gas from feedstock than conventional steam reforming processes. The process produces almost zero waste and does not have downtime or maintenance issues associated with hotspots and tar build-up that you would find in other combustion-based methods.

Raven’s system does not require waste to be sorted before processing, and it can process methane, eliminating another significant source of pollution and converting it into fuels.

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