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Wood waste for ethanol may replace “food for fuel”
Ethanol production now absorbs more than 40 percent of the annual U.S. corn harvest, or about five billion bushels a year, driving up the cost of corn. A federal Renewable Fuel Standard requires 10 percent of the nation’s gasoline supply come from ethanol.
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