Contact to Convert Waste Liquid into Ethanol

August 5, 2003[] Liquid Resources of Ohio, recently announced that it has entered into a purchase contract for a building in Medina, Ohio. Liquid Resources intends to convert this plant to a production facility that will manufacture ethanol from waste liquids, eliminating the need for treatment and disposal of these liquids in landfills around the country. Liquid Resources also announced that it has executed a distribution contract with Cargill, Inc. Terry Jaffoni, Assistant Vice President and Product Line Manager for Cargill Ethanol said that his company is pleased to welcome Liquid Resources as a partner in the Cargill Ethanol Marketing Alliance. Tim Curtiss, CEO of Liquid Resources and one of its co-founders, stated that he is pleased to announce the location of the new facility in northeastern Ohio and his company’s new relationship with Cargill.


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