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Dayton's Biggest Ethanol Facility Getting Upgrade

The largest ethanol facility in the Miami Valley is getting upgrades.

From the September 6, 2016 edition of The Dayton Business Journal

By Tristan Navera, Senior Reporter

The largest ethanol facility in the Miami Valley is getting upgrades.

The Andersons Marathon Ethanol LLC is investing about $1.2 million into updates at its Greenville ethanol facility, adding a processing tank for its distilling process intended to help modernize it and keep the plant up to date. The facility is a joint venture between Marathon Petroleum Corp. and The Andersons Grain Group.

"This is a process and equipment longevity improvement," Andersons spokesperson Debra Crow said.

The Greenville Ethanol Plant, based off of Sebring Warner Road, was completed in February 2008. The facility has capacity for 110 million gallons of ethanol, and is the largest of its kind in Ohio. It requires 40 million bushels of corn to operate and produces 350,000 tons of distiller dried grains annually, with ethanol, E-85, corn oil and CO2 also available there.

The Andersons Marathon Ethanol LLC was formed in 2006 as a 50/50 venture between the two entities. The Andersons oversees day-to-day management of the ethanol plants, sourcing and marketing, while Marathon remains one of the largest blenders of ethanol in gasoline and is a major end-user for the plant. They picked Greenville for the plant because of its access to corn and its proximity to customers.

Founded in 1947, Maumee-based The Andersons Grain Group has 35 facilities in the United States and Canada, including six in Ohio.

(The Andersons) have been a very good corporate partner to Greenville for their whole history here," said Mike Stegall, Darke County commissioner.

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