Homeland Energy Solutions gets EPA RINs approval

December 8, 2017 |

In Iowa, Homeland Energy Solutions LLC received approval from the U.S. EPA for “efficient producer” status for the production of non-grandfathered ethanol produced in its Lawler, Iowa facility. Based on the EPA’s assessment, fuel produced through the Homeland Lawler Process qualifies under the Clean Air Act for renewable fuel RINs.

Using corn starch as the feedstock, the dry mill process meets the 20% lifecycle GHG reduction requirement of the Clean Air Act. Homeland qualifies for RINs only of the ethanol meets the GHG reduction requirement and meets other applicable requirements in the CAA and EPA regulations. The approval applies specifically to the Lawler facility and the process, materials used, fuel and co-products produced and process energy sources.

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