Aquatech looks to Florida for pilot project, Volusia County passes incentives

May 19, 2014 |

In Florida, Volusia County has approved incentives that may attract Aquatech BioEnergy as the company searches for a location for a 40-acre, 35,000 square foot pilot project. Aquatech BioEnergy, which converts pond weeds into ethanol, is seeking $354,000 in incentives as it considers Volusia and Texas. The 40-acre project could expand to up to 200 acres, hiring 59 people. The company has also been issued their first patent and has completed a $2.2m Form D offering.

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