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Marion, Iowa, to Use Biogas From Waste Recycling Facility for Fleet Vehicles

September 16, 2013

The City of Marion, Iowa, has given a company called Fiberight LLC permission to build a solid waste recycling facility that will provide biogas for the City’s fleet, according to The Gazette. The facility will charge a price that is a quarter to a third of that of diesel fuel. Other organic material collected by the facility will be sent on to an ethanol plant in Blairstown to turn the waste into ethanol fuel.

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