Wash. ethanol plant eyed for conversion to cellulosic ethanol

04/29/2013 | EthanolProducer.com

Advanced Biofuels has acquired a 7-million-gallon-per-year ethanol plant in Moses Lake, Wash., with the intention of transforming it into a cellulosic ethanol plant. The company aims to use wheat straw and waste alcohol to make up to 6 million gallons of cellulosic ethanol a year, said Rhys Dale, vice president and director of development at technology provider Bio-Process Innovation. The facility will mark the first commercial-scale application of BPI's technology.

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