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Cargill Opens Bioethanol Plant in the Netherlands

12:25 PM MDT | June 12, 2012 | Lindsay Frost

Cargill has opened its bioethanol plant at Bergen op Zoom, Netherlands which has been under construction since 2009. The facility will convert sustainable biomass to ethanol for biofuels and other industrial applications which the company says will contribute to industry based on renewable raw materials. “This factory is a fine example of innovation and entrepreneurship—thanks to a strong collaboration, both within the company and with external partners—we have succeeded in turning the closure of an old corn factory into a new...

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