The retrofit model employed again as Blue Marble Biomaterials buys site for next biorefinery

Blue Marble Biomaterials announced it has completed the purchase of a wet extraction processing plant for the site of its first "large" biorefinery. The 3.81-acre site, purchased from GTC Oats, is located in Missoula, Montana, and previously produced food ingredients out of the 19,000 ft2 buildin...

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