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By Ben Tavener, Senior Contributing Reporter

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Ethanol made from sugar cane waste is set to arrive at gas stations across Brazil in 2014, in what is being dubbed the most promising development in biofuel technology in recent years. The process is now taking off as a serious alternative to extending sugar cane plantations, which would otherwise be required to meet rising demands, Folha de S.Paulo newspaper reports.

Previously, after sugar cane juice was extracted to . . .

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