CO ethanol producer moves from corn to wood feedstock [From the web]

CO ethanol producer moves from corn to wood feedstock [From the web]

WINDSOR, CO, Feb. 14, 2013 (Local News) - A Colorado ethanol producer is set to employ a landmark technology that could help resolve the food vs. fuel controversy swirling around corn-based ethanol.

Front Range Energy in Windsor successfully has tested a new process to make ethanol from waste wood. The facility plans to begin commercial production next year.



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