Canadian Biomass Magazine

IGPC Ethanol buys ICM technology

May 21, 2013
By Jayson Koblun

May 21, 2013, Colwich, Kansas - ICM announced that IGPC Ethanol in Ontario, has purchased its patent-pending Selective Milling Technology (SMT), which also gives IGPC Ethanol a license to use the technology.

"Our ICM-designed ethanol
plant is located in the middle of Ontario's corn country, and it enables us to
produce over 160 million litres of annual ethanol production, as well as
produce distillers grains that are marketed and transported to area beef, dairy
and pork operations," said Jim Grey, CEO of IGPC Ethanol. "With ICM's new SMT product,
we look forward to benefiting from the product's ability to increase both
ethanol production and oil recovery."

IGPC Ethanol is one of the largest agricultural co-operatives in Ontario and will
use the new technology to offer higher efficiency and capacity benefits.

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