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(SeeNews) - Jan 28, 2013 - Slovakian company Bio-Agro has proposed to build some EUR-13-million (USD 17.5m) biogas plant in northern Slovakia's Zilina region, local news agency TASR reported yesterday.
The company plans to build and operate a plant producing biomethane from biomass, with production capacity expected to range from 26,400 cubic metres (932,307 cu ft) to 36,000 cu m of biogas per day, TASR said, citing a proposal submitted by Bio-Agro for environmental impact assessment.
Bio-Agro is active in providing services to animal care, forestry and agriculture sectors.
(EUR 1 = USD 1.345)