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UW-Osh bio-energy projects draw interest

Some officials from Outagamie and Brown counties are pointing to two projects at UW-Oshkosh, to show that bio-energy projects can be successful.

Jim Resick is with the UW-Extension's office in Outagamie County. He says the technology is there, but they have to look at the financial side of things, on a case-by-case basis.

Resick says using treated sewage from wastewater treatment plants, and waste pulp from the papermaking process, are a couple of the possible ways to generate bio-energy.

UW-Oshkosh converts dairy manure, and food waste, into energy.

posted : June, 16th by WHBY


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