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Integrated biorefinery based on garbage planned for Ohio

7:14 AM MST | January 18, 2013 | —Rebecca Coons

Trash Heap: Sources say innovative landfill project could alter the integrated biorefinery concept altogether. A novel municipal solid waste (MSW) recovery and recycling project planned for Ohio could create a step-change in biorefinery economics and change industry’s notion of advanced, integrated biorefineries. The $300-million project, led by sustainable project design and development company Team Gemini (Orlando, FL), includes construction of a 2,000-tons/day waste stream recovery facility (WRF) and anaerobic digesters for generating power and...

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