IGP – Camden Plastic Waste-To-Fuel Facility – Indiana - Project Profile
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Integrated Green Partners, LLC (IGP), a joint venture between FOY Group Ltd (FOY) and GEP Fuel and Energy Indiana, LLC (GEP) is planning to build a plastic waste-to-fuel facility in Camden, Carroll County, Indiana, the US.
The project involves the construction of a plastic waste-to-fuel facility with a production capacity of one million tons of plastic per year (TPA) and being developed in phases. It includes the construction of a warehouse, a storage unit, an administrative facility, parking and related facilities.
The developer plans to invest US$100 million for 41,806m2 recycling facility and US$200 million for scrap plastic to fuel facility.
The project will be operated by U.S. Rail Corp.
The Indiana Economic Development Corporation has granted up to US$2 million in conditional tax credits that require for the facility. GEP received funds from KayPat Enterprises for the project.
Briner Building has been appointed as construction manager for the project.
In March 2017, FOY with GEP formed a company IGP for the project implementation. GEP is a joint venture between U.S. Energy Logistics and GEP Fuels.
The project involves the construction of a plastic waste-to-fuel facility with a production capacity of one million TPA in Camden, Carroll County, Indiana, the US.
The US$300 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a recycling facility
2. Construction of a scrap plastic to fuel facility
3. Construction of a warehouse
4. Construction of a storage unit
5. Construction of an administrative facility
6. Construction of parking facility
7. Construction of related facilities
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