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Paper from Corn Stover



In the February Issue of the Southeastern Regional Biomass Energy Program
(SERBEP) news letter there was an article on the subject. The article can be
viewed at http://www.p2pays.org/ref/01/00175.pdf . Corn stover is the
above-ground part of the corn plant except for the corn. The article
featured a company in Kearny, Nebraska, named Heartland Fibers, that was
building a 150 million dollar plant to make paper pulp from corn stover, and
provide feed stock to make furfural, a special chemical used in the
manufacturing of plastics. SERBEP no longer exists and the contacts for
Heartland Fibers do not answer. Can anyone help me contact Heartland Fibers
or any company that is doing the same thing. 

Rudy Moehrbach
Staff Engineer
Waste Reduction Resource Center
Phone 800-476-8686
Web http://wrrc.p2pays.org