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Turkey poop power

by Dragon / December 15, 2004 7:14 AM PST
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Collecting all that poop must be quite an operation
by SteveGargini / December 15, 2004 7:38 AM PST
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in itself. I wonder if they have a massive turkey farm on the same site. They didn't seem to make that clear.

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Wonder what ever happened to turning turkey
by Roger NC / December 15, 2004 9:14 AM PST
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waste and by products to oil ?

Doesn't seem to be anything, good or bad since last year? Here is a National Geographic link on it, but again last year?

A slightly newer story from The Osgood Files

The Butterball turkey processing plant in Carthage, MO produces a staggering amount of waste ? annually averaging more than 200 tons a day from the slaughter of 30,000 turkeys. Now, a New York company is turning this offal into oil.

Maybe there is hope? for some things anyway. The stories I read indicated it was something like $2-$3 a barrel higher than other small sources, but if that was a year ago, perhaps it's competitive how?


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