ICM oversees construction of new ethanol plant in Argentina

08/14/2014 8:29 AM

08/14/2014 8:29 AM

An ethanol plant in Cordoba, Argentina built with oversight and equipment from Colwich-based ICM has officially started operations.

The dry-mill corn ethanol plant, owned byACA Bio Cooperative Limitada, has a capacity of 400 cubic meters of grain per day. According to a news release from ICM, the project will contribute economically to the region by providing an alternative use for corn in the area.

ICM supplied the process equipment and components for the plant. It also provided on-site representation throughout construction and equipment installation, as well as guided ACA Bio through the startup, commissioning and training processes.

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