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Croda Breaks Ground on Delaware Landfill-to-Gas Project

1:21 PM MDT | June 7, 2012 | Lindsay Frost

Croda has begun construction of a landfill-to-gas energy project at its New Castle, DE manufacturing plant. The $6-million project broke ground on June 7 and will use landfill gas from the Cherry Island landfill as fuel to operate the plant, providing renewable energy to power 55% of its operations—equivalent to powering 3,500 homes. The project will also minimize the company’s carbon footprint, reducing greenhouse gas emissions equal to removing 33,000 cars from the road. “This endeavor demonstrates our commitment to innovation in renewable...

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