Ag waste biofuel project becoming commercially reliable

January 23, 2013
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Aftab Ahamed, laboratory at WSU-TC's centre for bioproducts and bioenergy, collects a sample for analysis. (Courtesy Bob Brawdy/Tri-City Herald.)
Aftab Ahamed, laboratory at WSU-TC's centre for bioproducts and bioenergy, collects a sample for analysis. (Courtesy Bob Brawdy/Tri-City Herald.)
A pilot project to produce biofuel using agricultural and organic municipal waste has reached levels that make the process commercially viable, researchers say.

To read the Tri-City Herald's full report on the project, click here.

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