BOND, Miss. (AP) — A company that produces wood pellets for use as an energy source says it will build its third production plant in Mississippi.
Enviva Inc. said Tuesday that it is investing about $250 million for the plant in the south Mississippi community of Bond.
The Maryland-based company has production facilities in the Mississippi cities of Amory and Lucedale. It also owns and operates a deep-water terminal at Mississippi’s Port of Pascagoula, and pellets are shipped from there to customers in Europe and Asia.
Mississippi Development Authority, said in a news release that it is is providing support for site development work and public infrastructure.
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