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Re: Paper from Corn Stover



I've done a Web search, tried to call the company, emailed two people with links to Heartland Fiber, and emailed the Chamber of Commerce of Brainerd, MN (homebase of Heartland). I am waiting for responses. The most recent item on the Web was from 1999, the company phone is disconnected, and the TVA rep for the Southeastern Regional Biomass Energy Program (which apparently no longer exists) is apparently no longer with TVA. I'll let you know if I hear anything. L.B. Sandy Rock, Pacific Northwest Pollution Prevention Resource Center

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From: Rudy Moehrbach <Rudy_Moehrbach@p2pays.org>
Reply-To: Rudy Moehrbach <Rudy_Moehrbach@p2pays.org>
Date: Mon, 22 Oct 2001 12:21:43 -0400

>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
>
>
>

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L.B. Sandy Rock, MD, MPH
Pollution Prevention Resource Center
517 First Ave. W
Seattle, WA  98119
(206) 352-2050
www.pprc.org


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