Minnesota biofuels company fined for air pollution

November 12, 2012 |

In Minnesota, Fibrominn has been fined $14,000 by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency for violating air pollution limits. The biomass company, which burns wood and turkey waste to produce electricity, has been burning treated wood whose resins can be harmful to the air.
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