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Cooperative works to develop biogas power from zoo poo

ZooShare Biogas Cooperative Inc.

June 21, 2012

BY Erin Voegele

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Improving California’s Air Quality

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California’s dairy industry injects more than $21 billion into the state’s economy and supports 189,000 jobs while accounting for around half of California’s total methane emissions.

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If you attended the annual International Biomass Conference and Expo in Richmond, Virginia, last month, you were among the first to learn that the Biomass Power Association has changed its name to the American Biomass Energy Association

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