06 Dec Two Wisconsin biodiesel producers join forces
Madison, Wis. – Two Wisconsin biodiesel producers are partnering to bring Wisconsin’s second largest biodiesel plant on line before the end of 2007.
BEST Energies, Inc. is beginning a new 10 million gallon biodiesel plant located in Cashton, Wis., with new partner Sanimax Energy.
BEST Energies will continue to operate the biodiesel plant, while Sanimax Energy will market all of the production from the Cashton plant, in addition to its existing 20 million gallon facility in DeForest, Wis.
The Cashton plant will be using primarily by-product corn oil from ethanol production and other crude feedstocks.
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