Ensyn to invest $100 million for wood waste biofuels

January 14, 2016 |

In Georgia, Ensyn plans to begin retrofitting a particle board manufacturing facility in Dooly County to produce 20 million gallons of renewable fuel from waste wood annually. The company is investing $100 million in the facility and hopes to have it online by January 2017. Farmers who sell their timber to the new plant can expect to earn around $120 per acre while the facility itself will add up to 138 new jobs in a rural county that was devastated by the particle board’s closure.

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