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The ethanol produced by ELEMENT will be sold primarily in California under the state’s progressive Low Carbon Fuel Standard and will position ELEMENT to participate in other emerging low-carbon markets.ICM began preparing the plant site in late fall 2016. – March 6, 2018) –ICM, Inc., a global leading biofuels process technology provider, and The Andersons, Inc., a publicly-traded company with diverse interests encompassing a variety of agribusinesses, announced today that they are partnering to own and construct ELEMENT, LLC, a 70 MGY bio-refinery located in Colwich, Kansas.

ICM is further upholding its responsibility as an industry leader by heavily investing in the continued advancement of renewable energy technologies.

In an effort to speed that advancement, ICM conducts research and performs evaluations at its pilot plant, laboratory and demonstration research facility in St. S., in conjunction with a growing list of strategic collaborators and customers spanning multiple industries.

provides innovative technologies, solutions, and services to sustain agriculture and to advance renewable energy, including ethanol and feed technologies that will increase the supply of world protein.

By providing proprietary process technologies to over 100 facilities globally with a combined production capacity of approximately 8.8 billion gallons of annual ethanol production and 25 million tons of annual distillers grains, ICM has become a world leader in bio-refining technologies. Founded in Maumee, Ohio, in 1947, The Andersons is a diversified company rooted in agriculture, conducting business across North America in the grain, ethanol, plant nutrient and rail sectors.

These technologies will result in ethanol yields that exceed 3.10 gallons per bushel.

The carbon index of both the corn and cellulosic ethanol will be industry leading and demonstrates both ICM’s and The Andersons’ commitment to environmental sustainability.

The Andersons Ethanol Group operates ethanol plants in Albion, Mich.; Clymers, Ind.; Greenville, Ohio; and Denison, Iowa.

The four plants combined are capable of producing over 475 million gallons of ethanol annually.

Today, Brazil’s strong agricultural economy, favorable growing conditions producing record corn yields, infrastructure development, and local demand for grains use in livestock productions and ethanol use are aligning to bring great opportunities within the country.

The demand for ethanol versus the current low production has created a gap of approximately 3 billion liters that is expected to grow to 5 billion liters by 2022.

The ICM Gen 1.5 cellulosic process will produce more than 5 MGPY of cellulosic ethanol which is expected to be the largest corn fiber to cellulosic ethanol plant in the world.

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