NEWS Press releases Dec 1, 2009

STUDY: New IGPC Ethanol Plant Delivers On The Economy

VANCOUVER: A new independent study confirms that Canadian built renewable fuels plants will create new jobs and economic growth for many years to come. The study by Doyletech of Ottawa examined the economic impact of the newly built Integrated Grain Processors Cooperative Inc. (IGPC) ethanol plant in Aylmer, Ontario.

Doyletech found construction of the new farmer-owned plant contributed to a net spending increase within the region of approximately $275 million. It also found an annual increase of at least $50 million in new economic spending in the region as a direct consequence of the plant’s operations.

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