Westover

Westover will be the first plant constructed for the company.

Site preparation has begun and we expect formal construction by the end of Q1 2020. The facility will recycle more than 120 thousand tons of chicken litter annually. It also will produce renewable natural gas, a slow release fertilizer product and generate electricity from on-site solar and gas-fired generators to provide power to the facility.

Key Facts:

    • Operations:
      • Recycling of more than 120 thousand tons of chicken litter annually
      • Production of renewable natural gas for the region
      • Production of slow-release fertilizer to better meet the needs of farmers on the Delmarva Peninsula and protect the Bay
      • Electricity generation to power the facility
    • Location:  9434 Old Princess Anne Road in Westover, Maryland 21871
    • Construction: By the first quarter of 2020
    • Employment: More than 15 new full-time jobs
    • Capital Cost: $115 million

Sussex I

Sussex I will recycle more than 120 thousand tons of chicken litter annually.

The site will produce 5 megawatts of electricity that will contribute to Delaware Electric Cooperative’s existing power grid, enough to power approximately 3,500 homes. The facility will also remove phosphorous from the chicken litter and stabilize other nutrients for reuse by local farmers as a slow-release fertilizer. The project has received endorsements from the Delaware Department of Agriculture, Delmarva Poultry Industry, the Delaware Center for the Inland Bays and the Delaware Electric Cooperative.

Key Facts:

    • Operations:
      • Recycling of more than 120 thousand tons of chicken litter annually
      • Production of renewable natural gas for the region
      • Production of slow-release fertilizer to better meet the needs of farmers on the Delmarva Peninsula
      • Electricity generation for Delaware Electric Cooperative
    • Location: East/West Route 113, Georgetown, DE 19947
    • Construction: By the first quarter of 2020
    • Employment: More than 15 new full-time jobs
    • Capital Cost: $147 million

The company continues to evaluate other locations near agricultural centers across the United States.