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There, workers would produce tomato paste, sugar, and ethanol, as well as energy after processing crops.
Oil companies can comply by blending more biofuels into their products, particularly advanced biofuels such as renewable diesel and cellulosic ethanol.
The ethanol industry says the Philadelphia refinery’s own business decisions led to its bankruptcy.
The debate spilled onto the Senate floor last week as Senator Chuck Grassley, an Iowa Republican and top ethanol industry advocate, challenged Texas Senator Ted Cruz's decision to stall a U.S. Agriculture Department nomination over the issue.
The ethanol industry is characterized by an insane mix of subsidies, mandates, and regulations.
During the fermentation process, enzymes and microbes like yeasts convert sugars in the pulp into acids and ethanol, changing the chemical composition, and therefore the taste, of the beans.
The sheriff's department has a secure, vented area officers can use to mix heroin with an ethanol solution so it can safely tested.
Even more recently, during the presidency of George W. Bush, domestic oil output was declining so rapidly that the country set a course to replace oil with biofuels like ethanol.
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