I guess it's not all clean and green at biodiesel plants? After my post yesterday about the promised odor-free biodiesel plant in Evansville, Wisconsin, AutoblogGreen reader Jamison sent in this link to an NPR story about a horrible smell coming from a biodiesel plant in Carthage, Miss. While the supposedly smell-free Evansville plant will use soybeans, the Carthage plant, operated by Renewable Environmental Services, takes waste from the Butterball turkey plant next door and uses thermal conver
What you think about biodiesel might just depend on whether or not you sit on small business development boards. For the business community of Evansville, Wisc., a new biodiesel production facility that might be built in the area is being looked at in terms or millions of dollars, not millions of barrels of the biofuel produced each year. The lede of this story on the plant calls the economic impacts of the facility "pretty spectacular". The environmental aspects of the plant are not mentioned a
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