ICM reaches milestone at pilot-scale cellulosic plant in Mo.

12/3/2012 | DomesticFuel.com

ICM has successfully passed 1,000 hours of continuous production at its pilot-scale cellulosic ethanol plant in St. Joseph, Mo. ICM's system, which could be installed in existing corn ethanol plants, is more cost-effective than traditional pathways to cellulosic ethanol production, the company said. Aside from corn fiber, feedstocks that have been tested at the facility include corn stover, wheat fiber, barley fiber, switchgrass, energy sorghum and bagasse.

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