Godavari Biorefineries Ltd.

We are a biorefining company producing sugar, other foods, biofuels, chemicals, power, compost, waxes, and related products, using sugarcane as the primary feedstock. Our aim is to engage in research and innovate by continuously making new products and entering new markets in order to derive the maximum value from our feedstock. Our research areas include sustainable farming, transformation of biomass (chemical, mechanical and biological), product development, and process optimization. Founded in 1939, we have been pioneers in the growing, processing, and utilization of biomass to make a wide variety of products.

We are now working on the next generation bagasse-based biorefinery and also the biotransformation of sugar to biopolymers.

Read more

Research & Innovation

At Godavari Biorefineries Limited, our research is focused on value addition to our biomass. The major technological challenges in biorefining revolve...

Read more

Sustainability

We have a legacy of progressive sustainability. Our company is built on the belief of our founder “Give back to society more than you receive”.

Read more

Corporate Social Responsibility

To facilitate economic, environmental and social development, we work with local communities to open up new livelihoods, empower women...

Read more

Updates

Brand, Corporate
Press Release | Jan 20, 2016
Godavari Biorefineries Ltd. launches ‘Jivana Turmeric’
Read More

Godavari Biorefineries Ltd. launches ‘Jivana Turmeric’

Read More
Social Responsibility
Press Release | Jan 07, 2016
K. J. Somaiya Centre for Buddhist Studies inaugurated its rural outreach program Jetavan, at Sakarwadi, Kopargoan, Maharashtra.
Read More

K. J. Somaiya Centre for Buddhist Studies, a Somaiya Vidyavihar institute, announced the launch of Jetavan, a non-sectarian centre for spiritual practice and holistic development at Sakarwadi, Kopergaon.

Read More
Social Responsibility
Media Coverage | Dec 08, 2015
Teaching 'Agriculture And Renewable Resources' At Cornell University
Read More

In 2007, I was invited by Professor Paulette Clancy, the then Director of the School of Chemical Engineering to teach a one credit course on Agriculture and Renewable Resources.

Read More