Woodland Biofuels to open wood-to-ethanol plant by year’s end

October 15, 2012 |

In Canada, Woodland Biofuels has finished construction on its $12-million demonstration plant in Sarnia, and expects to begin producing ethanol from wood waste before the end of 2012. Located at the Western University Research Park’s Bioindustrial Innovation Center, the plant will employ 10 staff and showcase the company’s technologies to produce fuel ethanol from wood waste. The city of Ontario awarded $4 million from its Innovation Demonstration Fund to help with construction, and if successful, the demonstration plant could scale up to a commercial plant in six months.

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