About the company
Startup or self-employed
41400 Gebze/Kocaeli, Turkey
Murat Bahadir KILINC - Murat BALABAN, Ph.D.
Clean water and sanitation
Affordable and clean energy
Industry, innovation and infrastructure
Responsible consumption and production
Epicellulyse XT Com.
Epicellulyse XT Flow Chart
Episome Biotechnologies INC.
Episome Biotechnologies provides eco-friendly enzyme solutions to replace chemicals for a sustainable future.
Epicellulyse XT, enables use of paper mill sludge (waste) for biogas/renewable energy and organic fertiliser production.
Episome's novel technology, Epicellulyse XT, enables use of paper mill sludge (waste) in biogas/renewable energy and organic fertilizer production. Previously paper mill sludge was not suitable for biogas production due to its cellulose content. The material caused crusting, viscosity and mixing problems in biogas digesters and hard to digest cellulose did not release enough nutrients for biogas production. One possibility was to use commercial cellulases, but their costs were not feasible for such an operation. Epicellulyse XT is used in pretreatment of paper mill sludge and making it ideal for biogas process. The secret sauce is our novel enzyme, Cellurise a whole cell biocatalysts which enables this technology. Every year globally, 3B USD is spent for disposal of paper industry waste and related fines&fees. For a medium size plant this cost is nearly 7M USD. 3B USD cost is converted to 9.5B USD profit for the industry with our technology! Our solution Epicellulyse XT has a reasonable CAPEX, very little OPEX and the most important, we earn money, all others burn money! Our payback time is always less than 5 years and we contribute to nature so much! Epicellulyse XT helps the companies to reduce their carbon footprint.
Categories of application
Clean water and sanitation, Affordable and clean energy, Industry, innovation and infrastructure, Responsible consumption and production
Sector of application
Water treatment, Water distribution and use, Clean energy production, Energy from waste, Renewable fuels, Industrial processes, Materials and chemistry, Agriculture and farming for food production, Circular economy of solid wastes