Friday, June 17, 2011
From an announcement on DomesticFuel.com:
“To be included as one of the featured companies at this event was a true honor for EES, and we are grateful to have had this opportunity,” said EES chairman and founder, Mark Gaalswyk. “This is an incredible event that does a wonderful job of bringing together the brightest and most innovative people in this industry. We expect to have a big year ahead for getting the MEPS to market, and it couldn’t have started off better than winning this recognition.”
MEPS is different than other large-scale ethanol plants in that it allows farmers, food producers and municipalities the ability to create ethanol from small batches of waste material that would usually be discarded. The patent-pending technology converts soda pop, wood, waste crop residue such as corn corns, food scraps, and more into ethanol.
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