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[GreenYes] Cellulosic ethanol


I am listening to NPR¹s Science Friday out of a part of an ear, and they are
talking about various types of alternative energy. I think I may have heard
them mention municipal recycling programs as a potential source of cellulose
(wood and paper) for energy. I thought that was a really interesting idea.
Does anyone know anyone looking into this? I wonder if it would compete with
paper to paper markets. I doubt that a municipality or region could feed a
whole cellulosic ethanol plant with it¹s cellulosic waste, but I imagine a
plant could provide another market for paper, yard waste, C&D, and bulky
wood waste.

Amy



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Amy Perlmutter
Perlmutter Associates
23 Avon Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
617-354-5456




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