US BioEnergy Plans 100 mgy Ethanol Plant for Minnesota

[RenewableEnergyAccess.com] US BioEnergy plans to build an ethanol plant in Waseca County near Janesville, Minnesota, after securing a site along the Dakota, Minnesota and Eastern Railroad and the new alignment for U.S. Highway 14. Once completed, the US Bio Janesville plant will employ around 40 people and will annually produce 100 million gallons (100 mgy) of ethanol and 320,000 tons of distiller’s grains. It will process approximately 37 million bushels of corn per year, the vast majority of which will come from within a 40-mile radius of the plant. US BioEnergy has two other plants currently under construction: US Bio Albert City, a 100 mgy plant in Iowa, and US Bio Superior Corn, a 45 mgy plant near Woodberry, Michigan. The company continues to seek additional sites.
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