24 February 2010 19:36 [Source: ICIS news]
TORONTO (ICIS news)--Enerkem plans to build a new waste-to-biofuels plant, financing the project through a Canadian dollar (C$) 53.8m ($51.2m) strategic investment in Enerkem by Waste Management and other partners, the Canadian biofuels company said on Wednesday.
The new plant – Enerkem’s second such project – would be built in ?xml:namespace>
Waste Management said its investment in Enerkem would help it to extract more value from the wastes and materials it processes.
In December, Enerkem was awarded $50m by the US Department of Energy to develop a waste-to-biofuels project in
Enerkem has a commercial-scale demonstration facility at Westbury,
($1 = C$1.05)
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