Anti-ethanol mood strikes small-town Kansas
In Shawnee County, a proposed $200 million, 100-million gallon ethanol plant was criticized heavily in a public hearing last week. The AP says that 150 people attended the meeting, and almost every one of the the 29 speakers voiced opposition to the plant. The locals are opposed to potential pollution from the plant, excess water use (see a similar story on the Ogalalla Aquifer) and odors. The plant is being considered by Emerald Renewable Energy, a subsidiary of Cargill. Representatives from ERE told the citizens that their worries were unwarranted.
- Great used cars for less than $10,000
- Owners say these cars aren't very good deals
- New Car Buying Guides
- Cheapest new automobiles in America
- Fastest-depreciating cars in the United States
- Find and compare 2017 Models