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May 23, 2019

New Indiana plant could have your trucks and tractors running on plastic bottles, bags and toys

Written by Sarah Bowman for the Indianapolis Star

Cars running on electricity are becoming more and more commonplace on the roads. But what about cars running on plastic from milk cartons, grocery bags, Styrofoam cups and even children’s toys? A new plant opening in northern Indiana hopes to make that mainstream, too.

Brightmark Energy broke ground Wednesday on its new facility that will turn plastics into fuel — a facility that will be the first-of-its-kind in the U.S.


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