BioNitrogen holds ribbon cutting ceremony at initial plant in FL
BioNitrogen Holdings Corp., a cleantech company that utilizes patented technology to build environmentally-friendly plants that convert biomass into urea fertilizer, announced that it will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony on May 14, 2014, at the site of the company's initial plant in Hendry County, Florida. The ceremony will be held at the Weekley Brothers Industrial Park located at 3013 Evercane Road in Clewiston. Senior management of BioNitrogen and state and local officials will be in attendance and will discuss the plans for Hendry County.
"This is a major milestone for BioNitrogen. We are very excited to inaugurate the Hendry County site," said Bryan Kornegay, Jr., president and CFO of BioNitrogen. "We would like to thank local and state officials and members of the Hendry County community for their support of this project."
"We are excited about this investment and are hopeful this is the beginning of our county starting to diversify economically while creating new job potential," said Karson Turner, Chairman of the Hendry county Board of County Commissioners. "This is an important project to the County. Our Economic Development Council, County administration and Industrial Development Authority have worked closely together to create attractive incentives to further induce BioNitrogen to build a plant here in our County."
"This is Hendry County's largest project announcement in 50 years," said Gregg Gillman, President of the Hendry County Economic Development Council. "I look forward to seeing this new facility take shape and create jobs for Hendry County residents."
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