Missed funding at ZeaChem results in plant "minimizing" and layoffs

Cellulosic ethanol producer ZeaChem temporarily closed down its demonstration facility and laid off an undisclosed number of employees after it was unable to raise a bridge loan intended to carry the company to its next funding round. The company chose to "minimize" operations on its demonstratio...

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