White Castle biomass plant on schedule to begin turning sugar cane waste into fuel in July

Mechanic equipment for sugar cane harvest. (file photo)

The biorefinery being installed by NRF BioEnergy at a White Castle sugar mill, which will turn sugar cane waste into biomass pellets that can be burned in coal-fired plants, is on schedule to begin pr…

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