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Thursday, January 24, 2008

CT Biodiesel brings army of engineers to counter resident complaints at critical Connecticut hearing | Biofuels Digest

CT Biodiesel brings army of engineers to counter resident complaints at critical Connecticut hearing | Biofuels Digest:

"In Connecticut, CT Biodiesel responded to resident criticisms of its biodiesel project by bringing 20 architects and engineers to a public hearing, where they presented for three hours on the merits of the project.

Resident opposition groups said that their supporters “became worn down and left. They came here to speak, and they’re disappointed.”

Resident groups have said that the plant does not meet zoning specifications that ban chemical manufacturing, while CT Biodiesel says that it manufactures fuels, not chemicals, and that chemicals used in its production process were finished or semi-finished and not raw chemicals.

Helge: I'll write comments on this.





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