Colorado ethanol producer shifting toward using wood

Colorado ethanol producer shifting toward using wood

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Amanda Huber, process manager for Front Range Energy, looks at the carbon dioxide coming out of the flasks filled with 93 percent corn mash and 7 percent cellulosic sugar. The cellulosic sugar was extracted from beetle-kill wood from Colorado. Huber is working on a lab-scale fermentation trial of cellulosic feed stock, such as beetle-kill wood, to create a new source for making ethanol other than corn.
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