Poet to use waste wood in biofuel plant

11/16/2007 | CNNMoney

Ethanol refiner Poet said it plans to raise the production of its ethanol plant in Chancellor, S.D., to 100 million gallons and use a solid-waste-fuel boiler to produce power derived from discarded wood pallets. The new process will help the firm reduce costs and cut its natural gas consumption by 60%, a plant official said.

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