CleanBay BioFuels building facilities to convert poultry litter to energy

Up to 10 new facilities will be located throughout Delmarva Peninsula.

CleanBay Biofuels & Renewables is aiming to build several facilities throughout the Delmarva Peninsula converting poultry litter into energy, the National Chicken Council (NCC) recently reported.

CleanBay, which already has its first facility under development in Princess Anne, Md., will use anaerobic digestion to convert poultry litter into clean, renewable energy and recover nutrients to create a commercial fertilizer. CleanBay has a relationship with Ireland-based Globomass,

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