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Edmonton to be site of world's first industrial scale municipal waste-to-ethanol facility
Date:6/26/2008

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is North America's largest collection of modern, sustainable waste

processing and research facilities. Facilities at the 233-hectare site

include a Materials Recovery Facility, the Edmonton Composting

Facility, the GEEP Electric and Electronic Waste Recycling Facility,

the Clover Bar Landfill, a leachate treatment plant, a landfill gas to

electricity system, a construction and demolition waste recycling

operation, and a research facility. At the development stage is the

biofuels project and a paper production facility.

About Alberta Energy Research Institute (AERI)

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- The mission of the Alberta Energy Research Institute (http://www.aeri.ab.ca)

is to increase the energy industry's capacity to develop and adapt

innovative technologies that maximizes the value of Alberta's natural

and renewable resources. AERI develops and implements the energy

innovation strategy for Alberta and, in partnership with industry and

other government agencies, invests in collaborative applied research,

technology development and pilot demonstrations along the entire

innovation chain. AERI's six strategic programs areas are: Bitumen

Upgrading, Clean Carbon/Coal, Improved Recovery, Renewables, CO2 &

Emissions and Water Use.

AERI's investments are focussed on technology platforms that include:

- Carbon capture and storage

- Gasification

- Catalysis

- Hydrogen generation

- Separation technologies

- Advanced in-situ processes

- Advanced and nano materials

About Ethanol

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- Ethanol is a renewable transportation fuel made from grains such as

corn and wheat, or from the cellulose fibres found in biomass including

agricultural, municipal
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