The transformation of a former 350,000-square-foot Miller brewery into an ethanol plant generated three stories in the recent Oswego County Business magazine.
It's not uncommon for me to write in a post something like "the ethanol plant will open in 2008". This is because a new ethanol plant opening is really nothing that uncommon anymore. And because it happens all the time, I don't regularly sit and wonder what it takes to open one of these facilities. In fact, when I first wrote about this one particular ethanol plant to be built in New York State back in April, it was just another bit of biofuel news. Now, an article in the Central New York Busine