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Tue Sep 3, 2013 10:31 AM CDT

STREATOR, Ill. (DTN) -- Aemetis, Inc., said in a news release today the Environmental Protection Agency granted the company approval to produce ethanol using grain sorghum and biogas at its plant in Keyes, Calif., and to generate D5 advanced biofuels Renewable Identification Numbers.

The EPA approval also includes D5 RIN generation for separated food waste feedstock used at the Keyes plant which has a 60 million gallon annual capacity, allowing Aemetis to qualify its ethanol as advanced biofuels through the processing of certain food/beverage waste streams into ethanol.

RINs are credits generated with every gallon of qualified renewable domestically produced ...

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