MSW-to-ethanol producers enter drop-in fuel market

Enerkem, a municipal solid waste (MSW)-to-ethanol producer, announced the beginning of a new research program focused on developing a new catalytic process to produce drop-in fuels from MSW. The Natural Resources Canada provided $1.1 million for Enerkem to start this initiative. The research and ...

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