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Low-CI Ethanol Made From Milk

UTILIZING WASTE: Neal McCarten from Dairy Distillery holds a bottle of milk permeate, which will be the feedstock used to make low carbon intensity ethanol. PHOTO: DAPHNE CARON

June 10, 2024

BY Katie Schroeder

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