Woodland Biofuels gets $9.8 million for celllulosic ethanol plant in Canada
Woodland says it will "build this unique facility to efficiently produce cellulosic ethanol from wood waste. The plant will use Woodland's patented Catalyzed Pressure Reduction (CPRTM) technology, which can be used to produce sustainable fuels from virtually any type of biomass, including wood waste and agricultural waste. The technology generates absolutely no toxic emissions and eliminates the need to use food, such as corn, to produce ethanol." Mascoma is also using wood for its cellulosic plant.
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