Wed Sep 3, 2014 03:41 PM CDT

OAKHURST, N.J. (DTN) -- Eco-Energy announced the development of an ethanol unloading, storage and outbound truck loading facility in Augusta, Georgia, which will serve the Augusta and Savannah markets. The announcement was made Wednesday (9/3).

The ethanol unit train facility would be equipped to receive up to 80 tank cars via Norfolk Southern Railway for distribution by truck to the local gasoline blending facilities. The facility will also be equipped with 3.7 million gallons of dedicated ethanol storage in order for an inbound train to be emptied and released back to the railroad within 24 hours.

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