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The Production of Fuels and Chemicals
from Food Processing Wastes & Cellulosics
Final Research Report
for the U.S. Department of Energy, Industrial Waste Program,
Office of Industrial Technologies: Agreement # DE-FG02-85-CE40772
June 15, 1997
M. Clark Dale (P.D.), Martin Okos (P.I.),
N. Burgos, C. Chen, H.J. Choi, S. Havlik, P. Heinstein,
Y. Koo, W.S. Lee, S. Lei, J.J. Lin, D.S. Lineback, P. Moyer,
M. Moelhman, J. Patterson, C.H. Park, L. P. Salicetti,
K.V. Venkatesh, P.C. Wankat, and C. Zhao
DOE Project Managers: Dan Kung, DOE Chicago; Alan Shroeder,
Doug Gish, Merrill Smith, DOE Washington
Project Co-Sponsors: DOE Energy Related Inventions Program,
Great Lakes Governor's Council, Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board,
Indiana Biomass Energy Program, National Inst. of Health,
Iowa Economic Development Board
Industrial Co-Sponsors: Bio-Process Innovation Inc, Permeate
Refining Inc., Merrill Iron & Steel, Lamont Sign Co., XylanlXymax
Aquionics Inc., Kenyon Enterprises, Dairy Farm Products Co.,
Wisconsin Dairies Inc.
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Dale, M. C.; Okos, M. & Burgos, N. The production of fuels and chemicals from food processing wastes & cellulosics. Final research report, report, June 15, 1997; Lafayette, Indiana. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc690059/m1/1/: accessed March 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.