Biomass refers to any organic matter that can be used as a fuel source, such as wood, agricultural crops, and waste materials from animals and plants. It is often used to generate electricity or as a renewable energy source for heating and transportation.

Welcome to Agricultural Conversion Systems

Welcome to our website! Here at ACS, we recognize the importance of harnessing renewable energy sources to create a sustainable future. Biomass, one such source, plays a vital role in this endeavor. Let’s explore how Agricultural and Conversion Systems utilize biomass to fuel our energy needs while reducing our environmental impact.


Agricultural crops and waste materials also contribute significantly to biomass energy production. Crops such as corn, soybeans, sugar cane, switchgrass, woody plants, and even algae can be transformed into biofuels. Additionally, residues from crop and food processing, such as agricultural waste, can also be utilized for this purpose. Adopting these techniques helps us create a more sustainable and efficient energy system.

Renewable Energy

Wood and wood processing waste, including firewood, wood pellets, and wood chips, have long been recognized as valuable sources of biomass. By utilizing these materials, we can generate heat or convert them into liquid and gaseous fuels through various processes. This not only helps in effectively utilizing wood resources but also reduces waste from lumber and furniture mills, sawdust, and even black liquor from pulp and paper mills.


Biomass contains stored chemical energy from the sun that is produced by plants through photosynthesis. We also recognize the potential in biogenic materials found in municipal solid waste. By incorporating paper products, cotton and wool products, as well as food, yard, and wood wastes, we can tap into an often-overlooked energy source. This waste can be converted into usable energy, reducing the strain on traditional fossil fuel sources while responsibly managing waste.


Biomass is used for heating and electricity generation and as a transportation fuel.

At ACS, we acknowledge the significance of biomass and its contribution to renewable energy. By harnessing the power of wood and wood processing waste, agricultural crops and waste materials, biogenic materials in municipal solid waste, and even animal manure and human sewage, we can reduce our reliance on non-renewable sources and make strides towards a greener and more sustainable future.

Contact us today to learn more about our commitment to renewable energy and how we can help you embrace biomass energy solutions for your specific needs. Together, let’s embrace a brighter and more sustainable future!

How We Produce Energy


  • Thermochemical conversion to produce solid, gaseous, and liquid fuels
  • Chemical conversion to produce liquid fuels
  • Biological conversion to produce liquid and gaseous fuels

Turning Waste Into Energy

Agricultural Conversion Systems have revolutionized the way we can use waste materials to generate energy through biomass. These systems are designed to efficiently process various types of waste, such as manure, corn, soybeans, sugar cane, switchgrass, woody plants, algae, and crop and food processing residues.

The process begins with the collection and sorting of these waste materials. Once collected, they are processed in specialized facilities that extract the energy-rich components. For example, corn, soybeans, and sugar cane can be converted into biofuels like ethanol or biodiesel through processes such as fermentation or transesterification.

Woody plants, switchgrass, and crop residues can be transformed into solid biofuels, like wood pellets or briquettes, which can be used for heating or power generation. These forms of biomass can also be converted into a gaseous state, known as syngas, through gasification. Syngas can then be used as fuel for electricity generation or as a feedstock for the production of synthetic fuels.

Moreover, algae has gained attention for its remarkable ability to convert sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide into biomass rich in oils that can be processed into various biofuels. The utilization of algae in the production of biofuels offers promising prospects for a more sustainable energy future.

Agricultural Conversion Systems play a crucial role in reducing waste and greenhouse gas emissions, while simultaneously generating renewable energy. By efficiently harnessing the energy potential of biomass, we can promote a more sustainable and environmentally friendly approach to energy production.