Monday, October 13, 2008

East Coast Ethanol, LLC Will Become Biggest Supplier to Southeast U.S.

East Coast Ethanol, LLC is announcing the construction of a new 110-million gallon per year,
$216 million corn-based ethanol production facility near Jesup in Wayne County, Georgia.

The new Georgia ethanol operation is part of an $871 million investment by ECE - one of four plants to be built in the Southeast U.S. that will help solve the growing need for ethanol
fuel and our Nation's energy crisis by providing home-grown renewable fuel. This grassroots U.S. based firm will hire more than 40 employees locally and generate over $100,000,000 annually to the local economy.

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