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Georgetown, Delaware — CleanBay Renewables Inc. (CleanBay), an enviro-tech company focused on the production of sustainable renewable energy and natural fertilizer, today announced it is hiring the Melvin L. Joseph Construction Company as its site contractor for the Sussex County bioconversion facility. The construction company is a family owned and operated business that has been serving Delmarva since 1940 and specializes in site work, land clearing, equipment rental, utilities, fill dirt, aggregates, and consulting.

“We are proud to support economic development in Sussex County by hiring the local firm Melvin L. Joseph Construction.  The company has been committed to serving their community and clients for decades and have a strong track record in Sussex County.  They are a great addition to our team and will continue the development of the CleanBay Sussex project,” said Thomas Spangler, CleanBay’s Executive Chairman.

CleanBay’s bioconversion facility will be located off Route 113 South and Breasure Road. Similar to other CleanBay facilities, this bio-conversion facility will recycle chicken litter into carbon-negative renewable natural gas and an environmentally-friendly, natural controlled-release fertilizer product. This project represents an investment of $100+M in Sussex County.

About CleanBay Renewables Inc.

CleanBay is an enviro-tech company founded in 2013 and focused on the sustainable management of agriculture byproducts through anaerobic digestion and nutrient recovery technologies which produce renewable natural gas and controlled-release natural/organic fertilizer. The company is actively developing projects in the Delmarva, South, Midwest, Southeast and California. CleanBay’s powerful solution to reduce air, soil, and water pollution is sustained by a robust economic model that provides businesses with an opportunity to offset their CO2 emissions, poultry growers with an alternative use for their poultry litter, and crop farmers with controlled-release fertilizer to increase sustainable food production and support healthy soils.

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