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Joanna Schroeder

  • BioEnergyBytesDFThe Marion City Council in Marion, Iowa has unanimously approved a deal with waste-to-energy firm, Fiberight LLC, which gives the Maryland-based firm permission to build a solid waste recycling facility in an industrial area behind the city’s Public Services Center.
  • According to a report prepared by researchers at the University of Guelph, Ridgetown Campus, southwestern Ontario could support the production of a cellulosic sugar plant. The objective of the study was to examine the costs associated with the harvest, aggregation and delivery of corn stalks to a commercial plant and to determine the most viable business model to enable producers to capture a greater share of the value chain while offering a commercial facility stable feedstock supply.
  • Commercial property owners, building and sustainability managers are invited to join the San Diego Renewable Energy Society for a free, interactive, behind-the-scenes tour of six energy innovations as part of the 13th San Diego Sustainability Tour. The 13th Sustainability Tour is part of the American Solar Energy Society’s National Solar Tour. With a theme of “Be Sustainably Inspired,” this year’s tour will showcase a “Sweet 16” of unique energy innovations in the residential, non-profit, multi-family and commercial space.
  • Registration is still open for the 2013 Alcohol School sponsored by Ethanol Technology Institute. The event is being held September 15-20, 2013 in Montreal, Quebec and is designed to educate delegates on proven technology and advances in fuel ethanol and distilled beverage production.
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