Biomass plant to be built in Linton

The Linton City Council has approved the sale of 19 acres it owns to Bedford-based Hi-B Fuels for a biomass plant, according to the Greene County Daily World.

The sale price was $60,000. The southern Indiana plant will accept yard and lumber trimmings which it will mix with coal to make fuel. The plant will create as many as 25 jobs.

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