25 March 2010 13:56 [Source: ICIS news]
TORONTO (ICIS news)--Canada’s Greenfield Ethanol and US firm DNP Green Technology plan to build a $50m (€37m) biobased succinic acid refinery to produce de-icing products - the first commercial venture of its kind in North America, they said on Thursday.
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Biorenewable de-icer had a “negative carbon footprint” and was less corrosive than traditional de-icers, they said.
DNP Green president Jean-Francois Huc said the plant would be
Capacity details or timelines for construction and completion were not disclosed.
Under a letter of intent,
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