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Grant to fund manure digester in KS


September 14, 2011
By The Hays Daily News

September 14, 2011 –
Leftover money from the federal Recovery Act will help pay for a project
converting cattle manure to methane to help fuel the Western Plains Energy
ethanol plant near Oakley.

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Leftover money from the federal Recovery Act will help pay for a project
converting cattle manure to methane to help fuel the Western Plains Energy
ethanol plant near Oakley

The Kansas Department of
Commerce
recently announced it’s investing almost $15.6 million for the
purchase of a biomethane digester at the Western Plain Energy facility, about
six miles east of Oakley, KS.

Total cost of the project
is estimated to be $28.2 million.

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