Boise Bio Gas President Chuck Anderson, center, holds a map showing where the plant would be located. The team developing the project includes, from left, Will Charlton, director of technology; Bob Pitman, chief financial officer; Neil Goodfellow, vice president; Dave Jones, gas marketing; Anderson; Kurt Christensen, director of logistics; and Jim McCune, director of business development. All are partners in the business except Jones, who is a consultant.
Boise Bio Gas President Chuck Anderson, center, holds a map showing where the plant would be located. The team developing the project includes, from left, Will Charlton, director of technology; Bob Pitman, chief financial officer; Neil Goodfellow, vice president; Dave Jones, gas marketing; Anderson; Kurt Christensen, director of logistics; and Jim McCune, director of business development. All are partners in the business except Jones, who is a consultant. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com
Boise Bio Gas President Chuck Anderson, center, holds a map showing where the plant would be located. The team developing the project includes, from left, Will Charlton, director of technology; Bob Pitman, chief financial officer; Neil Goodfellow, vice president; Dave Jones, gas marketing; Anderson; Kurt Christensen, director of logistics; and Jim McCune, director of business development. All are partners in the business except Jones, who is a consultant. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com

This $94 million plant would create 75 Treasure Valley jobs. If it’s actually built.

July 20, 2017 12:05 PM

UPDATED July 21, 2017 12:49 PM

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