Working Greener Jackson County Green Energy Park Transforming Waste to Fuel Glass

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by Colleen Bryan

Photos Courtesy of Jackson county Green Energy Park and Ashley Stevens

Timm Muth is not a glass man, but he directs a glass studio operation that offers some exciting possibilities across the broader glass industry. The Jackson County Green Energy Park is one of only three hot shops that is fueled by methane gas drawn from landfills. Muth is eager to share what he learns from his groundwork in converting biomass to fuel for community art projects.

This article was originally published on page 12 of the January/February 2014 issue of Glass Art.









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