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Facility could turn OH manure into energy

March 16, 2011
By Dayton Daily News

March 14, 2011, St. Marys, OH — A Cleveland company wants to create a facility to turn animal waste into energy near Ohio’s largest inland lake, where farm runoff contributed to a toxic algae problem.

The Dayton Daily News reports Quasar Energy Group is seeking a $1 million federal grant for the facility near Grand Lake St. Marys between Dayton and Toledo. The $2.2 million methane digester would turn manure into usable methane and could create new jobs.

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1 Comment » for Facility could turn OH manure into energy
  1. Lisa Maxwell says:

    Good afternoon,
    I own a 40 horse stabile and have 5 semi loads of manure to give to someone. We can load it. Some of it has sat for years at the bottom.
    Please contact me or information on anyone else that can help.
    Phoenix K & L Stables
    1282 Fairground Rd
    Xenia, Ohio 45385

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