ATLANTA - A plant's groundbreaking next month is expected to usher in a new
phase in Georgia's efforts to position itself in front for a new kind of
ethanol production. Officials hope it is just the beginning for converting
leftover pine tree odds and ends into vehicle fuel.
Range Fuels is slated to start work Nov. 6 on a facility in Soperton that is
projected to eventually produce 40 million gallons of ethanol and 9 million
gallons of methanol annually.
Jason M. Evans, PhD
Postdoctorate Research Associate
School of Forest Resources and Conservation
University of Florida
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