GM Furthers Commitment to Ethanol

Much has been made about the inefficiency of producing ethanol from grain, but what if we could instead produce it from garbage, plant waste or even discarded tires? GM has partnered with a company that's developed a system for doing just that. Using a process that involves microorganisms and a "bioreactor," Coskata claims to be able to produce ethanol for less than $1 a gallon, with a reduction in CO2 emissions of up to 84 percent compared to gasoline production.
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