Plans Outlined for Kansas Biorefinery Project

Marysville, Kansas [The Marysville Advocate] After five years of discussion and planning, the concept of an ethanol plant constructed in Washington County has become an official reality — and bigger and better than originally proposed. During a packed Washington Rotary Club meeting at noon Monday, project manager Brian Barber, Washington, announced the construction of an $80 million bio-refinery complex west of Washington, which should begin later this year and include a 25-30-million-gallon ethanol plant, a 30,000-head cattle feed yard and a solid waste management facility in a cutting-edge closed loop system which will become fully operational in late 2007.
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