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Ukraine firm begins construction of bioethanol plant

10:16 AM MST | January 16, 2014 | Francinia Protti-Alvarez

Zarya Bio (Kiev), a subsidiary of RPE Zarya (Rubezhnoye, Ukraine), a chemical producer, has started construction of a 30,000-m.t./year bioethanol plant at its site at Rubezhnoye, the company announced. The main product of the plant will be dehydrated ethanol with a concentration of ethanol up to 99.9%, the company says. The investment is valued at 470 million Ukrainian hryvnia ($55.6 million), according to local press reports. Construction is scheduled to conclude in 2015. There are no similar plants in Ukraine or the rest of the Commonwealth of Independent...

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