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Indianapolis Star: New plant could have your trucks and tractors running on plastic bottles, bags and toys


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Cars running on electricity are becoming more and more commonplace on the roads. But what about cars running on plastic from milk cartons, grocery bags, Styrofoam cups and even children’s toys? A new plant opening in northern Indiana hopes to make that mainstream, too.

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Dane manure digester purchased by CA-based company to sell biogas


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Cars running on electricity are becoming more and more commonplace on the roads. But what about cars running on plastic from milk cartons, grocery bags, Styrofoam cups and even children’s toys? A new plant opening in northern Indiana hopes to make that mainstream, too.

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Brightmark Energy breaks ground on plastics renewal facility in Indiana


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Brightmark Energy, a San Francisco-based waste and energy development company, today broke ground on the nation’s first commercial-scale plastics-to-fuel plant in Ashley, Indiana. A total of 136 full time manufacturing jobs will be created in Northeast Indiana when all phases of the 112,000 square foot facility are operational

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Brightmark Energy closes $260m in financing for nation’s first commercial scale plastics- to-fuel plant


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Brightmark Energy, a San Francisco-based waste and energy development company, today announced the closing of a $260 million financing package for the construction of the nation’s first commercial-scale plastics-to-fuel plant, which will be located in Ashley, Indiana. The financing for “Brightmark Energy Ashley Indiana” includes $185 million in Indiana green bonds, which were underwritten by Goldman Sachs & Co.

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Brightmark Energy Launches Central Washington’s First Dairy Biogas Project


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Brightmark Energy, a San Francisco-based waste and energy development company, recently launched a biogas project in Yakima County, Washington, that will convert 150,000 gallons per day of dairy waste from up to 7,000 cows into 160,000 MMBtu of renewable natural gas (RNG) – the equivalent of 1.4 million gallons of gasoline – and other products each year.

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Brightmark Energy buys majority stake in plastics-to-fuel company RES Polyflow


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Brightmark Energy LLC has taken majority ownership in RES Polyflow LLC, a plastics-to-fuel company that is planning a plant in Ashley, Ind.

The San Francisco-based company, which calls itself a renewable energy development firm, has invested $10 million in RES Polyflow and committed another $47 million to develop the company's first plant.

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Herald Republican: RES Polyflow acquired by Brightmark


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Brightmark Energy, a San Francisco-based renewable energy development company, said today it has acquired a majority interest and invested $10 million in a plastics-to-fuel technology company, RES Polyflow.

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Brightmark Energy announces major investment in nation’s first commercial-scale plastics-to-fuel plant


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Brightmark Energy, a San Francisco-based renewable energy development company, has acquired a majority interest and invested $10 million in a groundbreaking plastics-to-fuel technology company, RES Polyflow, while committing to an additional $47 million investment in the first commercial-scale plant to utilize this technology, which will be located in Indiana.