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This sounds like an interesting projectů 

 

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The world's first closed-loop ethanol plant fueled by biogas from animal
waste is up and running near the eastern Nebraska town of Mead. 

E3 BioFuels launched its high-efficiency Genesis Plant on June 28. Biogas
from manure from the Mead Cattle Company feedlot adjacent to the plant,
powers the plant instead of coal or natural gas. 

"This plant is referred to as the Genesis Plant because it is the first of
it's kind in the world," said E3 BioFuels President and CEO Dennis Langley.
"We hope to build 15 more of these kind of plants in the future." 

 

 

 

Jason M. Evans, PhD

Postdoctoral Research Associate

School of Forest Resources and Conservation

University of Florida

(352) 328-1199 - cell

 


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