As city officials and residents clash over whether Indiana-based Star BioEnergy should be allowed to build a plant that converts food waste into methane gas, an industry group that advocates for biogas production says the plan for an anaerobic digester in West Louisville is not out of the ordinary. Read more at WFPL.
- Press Release: Biogas Industry Applauds Agriculture Environmental Stewardship Act
- Kentucky State University, Simmons College agree to share $1.5 million campus as part of biodigester project
- West Louisville Community Benefits
- STAR Energy pledges 85% of organic waste to come from local sources
- Star BioEnergy Reaffirms Commitment to Locate in Louisville