GM Holden Ltd. joins a consortium to investigate the viability of establishing Australia’s first ethanol facility capable of turning materials such as household rubbish and building waste into more than 53 million gallons (200 million L) of ethanol annually. The plant would produce ethanol using a process developed by U.S. biofuels company Coskata Inc., which last year unveiled one of the world’s few facilities capable of producing ethanol from such waste materials. Coskata has close ties ...
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