Barnwell plastics-to-oil recycling plant will employ 20

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A $5 million plant will employ 20 people in Barnwell County to make oil out of plastic.

Climax Global Energy Inc. announced plans Thursday to locate a new plastics-to-oil recycling facility in Blackville. It will be Climax Global’s first industrial facility.

The company will convert mixed-waste plastics into high-grade synthetic oil that can be refined into clean transportation fuels, synthetic lubricants and commercial waxes.

The facility is expected to begin operations in mid-2012.

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dichotomy 12/22/11 - 02:18 pm
"emply 20" Really? Does the

"emply 20" Really? Does the spell check not work on headlines? Print journalism 101, don't misspell the headline.

TK3 12/22/11 - 03:00 pm
So much for government

So much for government education.
PS: Plastics to oil is not yet cost effective unless the taxpayers forced to make up the cost!

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