Indiana plant restarts production

Valero Renewable Fuels Company, international transportation fuels manufacturer, has restarted its recently purchased Mount Vernon ethanol plant.

The Mount Vernon plant is the 11th corn ethanol plant in Valero Renewables' system and its second in Indiana.

With an annual production capacity of 110 million gallons, the plant uses Delta-T technology that is similarly used at Valero Renewables' ethanol plant in Jefferson, Wisconsin.

The Mount Vernon plant adds over 1.3 billion gallons per year to ethanol production. The plant had been shut down for approximately two years, but Valero Renewables resumed production at the site in August.

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