Live Interview: Makers of Kudzu Ethanol (Kudzunol)


Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.”Margaret Mead

In several polls conducted last week, Americans want more ethanol for fuel use, check this out. After all, biofuels is not just about corn.

There is no denying that we have a serious problem with America’s oil addiction and now is the time for the American people to show our resolve, stand-up and do something as the head of OPEC says $170.00 per barrel for oil will be here before summer ends, which equates to another $.75/gallon for gasoline. Time will tell about what price oil will be by the end of summer. However, there are companies that are stepping up to offer practical solutions to America’s oil dilemma.

One company that has accepted the challenge and is going to try and put a dent in reducing oil use in America is Agro*Gas Indusrtries, LLC.

Chemically Green had the opportunity to interview Mr. Doug Mizell, co-founder of Agro*Gas Industries LLC, and we asked Doug a series of questions about Kudzunol, ethanol distilled from kudzu. The interview will be very informative to everyone interested in using ethanol being produced from a non-edible biomass instead of corn, soybeans or sugar. Just Say No to Corn Ethanol.


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One Response to Live Interview: Makers of Kudzu Ethanol (Kudzunol)

  1. July 22, 2008 at 1:40 pm #

    @Eco-Cide: Exploring Ecology,
    Thank you for your post and link to “Tree Hugger” that featured this post today on their site.

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