Better late than never: Enerkem begins making ethanol from waste at demo facility

Earlier this month, waste-to-ethanol developer Enerkem began producing ethanol from municipal solid waste (MSW) at its demonstration facility in Quebec. This news comes shortly after the Canadian company pulled its planned initial public offering (IPO) in May 2012 (see the May 8, 2012 LRAFJ), and a ...

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