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|Thursday, March 31, 2011|
Tigard-based Agilyx Corp. landed $22 million in venture capital for its method of turning waste plastic into crude oil.
The Agilyx system produces oil at about $45 per barrel, much less than the current worldwide average of $110 per barrel.
Read more at Sustainable Business Oregon.
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