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Bio-Mile pursues wood-based polymer production

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Bio-Mile pursues wood-based polymer production

Collaborators involved in the Drayton Valley, Alberta, Bio-Mile project have determined that producing propylene and other bio-polymers from wood feedstock is the quickest, most viable development option of those under study.


April 21, 2010
By Courtney Whalen | Western Review

Apr.
21, 2010 – Collaborators involved in the Drayton Valley, Alberta, Bio-Mile
project have determined that producing propylene and other bio-polymers from
wood feedstock is the quickest, most viable development option of those under
study. | READ MORE


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