GM Holden Ltd. announces plans to build a processing plant capable of turning up to 1.1 million tons (1 million t) of household rubbish and building waste into more than 52.8 million gallons (200 million L) of ethanol annually. GM Holden Chairman and Managing Director Mike Devereux says the formation of a new company, Flex Ethanol Australia, will be an important step towards building the country’s first commercially viable second-generation ethanol plant. “I’m pleased to announce we’ve ...
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