Ethanol boom creates dilemma for farmers and small towns


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Ethanol doesn’t appear to the panecea we hoped. If you aren’t aware of the water issues (1. Corn is one of the most water intensive crops to grow. 2. Water is used in the production of ethanol. Didn’t you know?)
A quote from the article: “Gulfstream Bioflex Energy LLC would discharge polluted water onto other property or underground and pump more than a million gallons of water a day from the Ozarks aquifer. “

take a read through this article for yourself… Ethanol boom creates dilemma for farmers and small towns.

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