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INEOS to build £52m waste-to-bioethanol plant

The blog is delighted to see that Ineos is to build its first European BioEnergy Process Technology plant at Teesside, UK. The £52m ($75m) plant will produce 30m litres (24 million tonnes) of bioethanol, and 3MW of electricity on start-up in 2012. It will fuel 250k autos running on E10 blend, and provide electricity for […]

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Teesside’s £30m to develop low carbon industry

The blog is delighted to see that the UK government has now allocated GBP30m to: “Equip Teesside to move beyond traditional heavy industry to realise its potential to be part of our low carbon manufacturing base. “This includes investment in redevelopment of industrial land and infrastructure. “It also includes investment to establish bio-based materials, to […]

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Wilton update

9 months ago, the blog reported on the resilience being shown at the UK’s Wilton chemical site, one of the world’s largest. It noted that “the power of the teams being created there could be immense“. It is therefore delighted to see that the North East Process Industry Cluster (NEPIC) is now moving forward on […]

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