Cellulosic biofuels developer proposes to clean up Africa’s Lake Victoria

May 15, 2012 |

In Rwanda, a Las Vegas-based company called CrapCo Cellulosic Process Company is pitching the East African Community to use its new technology to process the water hyacinth that has plagued Lake Victoria for decades into ethanol and water.

The secretariat for the EAC had planned to spend $12 million on clean up but are now considering the offer from the company who would clean up the lake for free.

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