Cleanup plan okayed for bad biofuels plant in Nebraska

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The State of Nebraska has taken an initial step at cleaning up an abandoned biofuels plant that created millions of gallons of pesticide-contaminated wastewater stored in holding ponds.

The Nebraska Department of Environment and Energy recently approved a plan to dispose of the estimated 115 million gallons held at AltEn, the failed plant near Mead, Nebraska reported the Lincoln Journal Star.

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