CASTLE ROCK, Colo. (Nov. 1)—Castle Rock-based Nathaniel Energy Corp. plans to build a 25-megawatt power plant at the Tonopah Aeronautics and Technology Park in Nye County, Nev., as well as a 15-to-20-megawatt plant in Keyes, Okla. Both facilities will burn tire-derived fuel using Nathaniel Energy's patented "Thermal Combustor," which company President Stan Abrams said can burn tires well within emissions limits set by the Environmental Protection Agency while producing 93-percent-pure carbon black as a by-product. The company has filed for construction permits for the Keyes plant, and plans to file permit applications for the Tonopah facility by December, Abrams said.
Nathaniel Energy to build tires-to-energy plants in Oklahoma, Nevada
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