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The Coldry Project is a proposal by Environmental Clean Technologies (ECT) to establish a brown coal drying and pelletising plant using ECT's Coldry technology. The company is proposing to undertake a feasibility study on a 2 million tonnes per annum project located at a site adjacent to the Loy Yang power station in the Latrobe Valley. The greenhouse gas emissions of the project are not known.
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- Environmental Clean Technologies, "Letter to Shareholders: TinCom License Agreement ... what it means to ECT and Victoria", Environmental Clean Technologies website, July 4, 2010.
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