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Coskata Breaks Ground on Syngas-to-Ethanol Facility

10:17 AM MDT | April 25, 2008 | Michelle Bryner

Renewable energy technology company Coskata (Warrenville, IL) says it has started construction of a previously announced 40,000-gal/year demonstration facility for the production of bio-based ethanol. The facility, which will be located at Madison, PA, is expected to begin delivering product in early 2009 (CW, Mar. 24/31, p. 53). The $25-million facility will use Coskata's syngas-to-ethanol technology, which involves a three-step process for converting practically any renewable source, including household garbage, plant waste, and used tires, into high-energy...

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