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Friday, April 21, 2006

Marketing by-product of Ethanol by GLRC Environment Report

GLRC writes: The federal government has called for more renewable fuels for cars and trucks over the next few years. Ethanol from corn is expected to meet much of that demand. As ethanol production increases, the distillers are looking for ways to make money on some of the by-products of the process. The GLRC's Lester Graham reports on how the ethanol distillers might market what's left over after turning corn into ethanol.

Read or listen to MARKETING A BY-PRODUCT OF ETHANOL
Read or listen to MARKETING A BY-PRODUCT OF ETHANOL (short version)

# posted by Tami @ 10:42 AM
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Read more about the Ethanol plan coming to Riga Twp. in Lenawee County by visiting this blog:
www.adrianinsider.blogspot.com
# posted by Blogger The Adrian Insider : 9:58 PM  
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