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Panda Ethanol has got an air-quality permit, enabling it to proceed with a 115 million gallon/year ethanol plant that will use 38 million bushels of feedstock-grade corn at Muleshoe, Texas.
The firm will use cattle manure for power.
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Posted by Simon Robinson on November 14, 2007 11:49 AM
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