Australia: Consortium plans waste-to-ethanol plant

The Victorian State Government and a group of companies including local OEM Holden, Caltex, Veolia, Mitsui and Coskata have formed a consortium to set up a new ethanol plant. The proposed project would convert household rubbish and building waste into ethanol, with an estimated output of more than 200 million It’s time to log in … Continued

The Victorian State Government and a group of companies including local OEM Holden, Caltex, Veolia, Mitsui and Coskata have formed a consortium to set up a new ethanol plant. The proposed project would convert household rubbish and building waste into ethanol, with an estimated output of more than 200 million

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