efarms rolling out $140-$150K "community fuels" machines, using yard waste, urban residues

March 8, 2011 |

In Michigan, efarms LLC is developing solutions for producing small-scale, ‘community fuels,’ or ethanol produced from yard waste as well as unwanted fruits, vegetables and other starches and sugars. The company will be rolling out the first 25 to 30 machines this spring for more traditional farm setting production of ethanol like corn, grain and fruit growers. The company is projecting to sell about 100 HD50s the first year with a price range of $140,000 to $150,000 with 18 to 30 month payback periods.

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