Scaling Up Is Hard to Do

Scaling Up Is Hard to Do

There are 3 comments on the Technology Review Feed v2.1 story from Oct 19, 2009, titled Scaling Up Is Hard to Do. In it, Technology Review Feed v2.1 reports that:

Cellulosic ethanol offers potential economic and environmental advantages over the corn- and sugar-derived ethanol that makes up the bulk of today's biofuel, and it should be a more scalable technology, because a wide variety of biomass can be used for feedstock .

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mememe

Munford, AL

#1 Nov 6, 2009
Does anyone know who or where I could send my resume' or put in a job application for the new ethanol plant coming to soperton, GA
I would appreciate any information.
eyensky

Soperton, GA

#2 Nov 9, 2009
laurens co dept of labor.... dublin ga
info

Dexter, GA

#3 Nov 9, 2009
Actually if you want a position with Range Fuels at the plant and not the construction of the plant you will need to submit a resume' through the Range Fuels website. The construction applications are done through the Dept of Labor. Hope that helps!

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