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Developers Plan Crop Waste Ethanol Plant in North Dakota

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(Associated Press/The Washington Times)  A group of developers is planning to make ethanol from the stalks and leaves of North Dakota wheat straw and corn plants.

New Energy Investors is looking to develop a 13-million gallon, cellulosic ethanol plant at the Spiritwood Industrial Park near Jamestown, the Bismarck Tribune (http://bit.ly/2aEyvYB) reported.

The company is asking the North Dakota Agricultural Products Utilization Commission for $125,000 for a three-month feasibility study. Corle said the study would be to reassure potential investors.

The company plans to get its feedstock from a 50-mile radius that stretches west to Tappen, south to Edgeley, north to Carrington and east to Buffalo.

Corle said the company is talking with local farmers to determine waste product prices that would be fair for both parties.  READ MORE and MORE (Grand Forks Herald)

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