GS CleanTech Executes Agreement with Ethanol Producer

New York [] GS CleanTech Corporation announced its execution of an agreement to extract about 7 million gallons per year of crude corn oil from the distillers grain coproduct from a new 110 million gallon per year dry mill ethanol plant scheduled to commence operations later this year. GS CleanTech’s patent-pending Corn Oil Extraction Systems have been engineered to help ethanol producers increase cash flows through the introduction of a third and novel revenue stream – corn oil. GS CleanTech’s extraction technology also reduces overall plant emissions and utility costs by upwards of $1 million per year for a 100 million gallon per year ethanol plant that dries 100% of its distiller’s grains.


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