NATCHEZ, Miss. -- U.S. Sustainable Energy Corp. has acquired a 35-acre, 447,800 square foot facility in Natchez.



John Rivera, CEO OF USSE, said, "This is a vastly positive step in our mission statement to bring our Green Power, 100-percent organic fertilizer and renewable biofuels to the world markets. This facility is uniquely situated to provide the world's power markets access to USSE biofuels."



The property was recently appraised at $8.9 million and was acquired in an all-cash transaction. It comprises 35.28 acres of land situated adjacent to the Mississippi River.



"Adjacent to waterway shipping channels and located in close proximity to electrical substations, this property is an incredibly unique parcel that will enable our company to quickly and efficiently enter the global renewable resources markets without massive investment in logistical support," Rivera said. "Furthermore, we are in the process of purchasing parts for our revolutionary reactors and will now quickly work toward completion of construction of our new state-of-the-art facility."



The waterfront docks at the facility are capable of servicing six barges simultaneously for soy and corn feedstock unloading. The facility also includes full rail car infrastructure capable of supporting 100 rail cars a day through 1500 feet of linear rail siding to the building with 17 rail bays each having an 8' x 10' rail door at each level.



The building also includes four large truck bays, one truck well and ample office space. The facility is located near electrical substations and has a 115kv transmission line. The facility also has access to existing working liquid loading docks for shipping biofuel via barge and is perfectly suited for delivery of the company's products including organic 7-3-7 fertilizer and other bulk solid products. Finally, the facility is located near US Highway 61 for easy truck access.

USSEC holds patent-pending technology for a new breakthrough biofuel and carbon-based fertilizer. The company has developed the process, units and catalyst that will transform agricultural biomass into biofuel and fertilizer.

SOURCE: U.S. Sustainable Energy Corp. via Market Wire.