As the world grapples with reducing air pollutants, the Captis Aire technology is focused on capturing air pollutants from wood products manufacturing sites. Manufacturing sites include those producing liquid biofuels, wood pellets, oriented strand board, plywood, lumber, etc. At target sites, turpentine is the primary air pollutant released from drying the wood. This turpentine is valuable and can be sold for a variety of uses including as biofuels. Our Fluidized Bed Concentrator (FBC) technology with Bead Activated Carbon (BAC) captures and recovers this valuable turpentine. Preliminary work indicates the turpentine can be converted and used in Sustainable Aviation Fuel blends that have  desirable fuel operability and performance characteristics.