The US Environmental Protection Agency announcing higher air quality standards for energy producers, accelerating the movement toward cleaner fuels. A Greenwood factory in Green Bay, Wisconsin, is at the forefront of this movement, converting “non-recyclable paper and plastic byproducts of various manufacturing processes into pellets that have about the same energy value per pound as bituminous coal, but are significantly lower in sulfur and mercury emissions”.

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This article originally appeared in Green Building and Design in their November/December 2014 issue. By Peter Fabris