Greenhouse to piggy-back on Ontario ethanol plant

July 24, 2012
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A greenhouse will use heat and CO2 from the GreenField Ethanol plant pictured here, located in Chatham, Ontario (courtesy Greenfield Ethanol website).
A greenhouse will use heat and CO2 from the GreenField Ethanol plant pictured here, located in Chatham, Ontario (courtesy Greenfield Ethanol website).
A greenhouse in Chatham, Ontario to be operated by Cedarline will use heat and CO2 from the GreenField Ethanol plant located there.



The $18-million 90-acre greenhouse project will begin construction in 2013, and tomatoes will be grown.

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