Monday, 14 October 2013

Mississippi is Set to Turn Wood Waste Products into Sources of Biomass Energy

According to the Journal of South Mississipi Business, the state's logging industry is set to conquer a new market: biofuel production. Green Circle Bio Energy, Inc. recently announced plans to build a multi-million dollar wood pellet manufacturing plant in George County, with construction expected to start this fall. Once completed, the plant will provide about a hundred new jobs for the county. This development isn't at all surprising, considering that Mississippi has always been renowned for its timber industry. However, the proposed wood pellet facility may be a manifestation of the current industry shift toward reliable and sustainable biomass energy sources. Such a project provides the perfect example of the kinds of socially responsible investment opportunities companies like Emerald Knight Consultants typically market to interested investors.

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