A Canadian company could become the next East Millinocket mill site tenant

An excavator claws at a structure at the former paper mill site on Main Street in East Millinocket in this 2017 file photo. Credit: Nick Sambides Jr. / BDN

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East Millinocket could welcome a new tenant at its former paper mill site if a Canadian renewable energy company receives state approval to open a facility that would convert wood chips into heating fuel.

Ensyn Fuels Inc. is negotiating a lease with the town of East Millinocket to open a biorefinery at the site of the former Great Northern Paper Co. mill. It would be the second business at the mill site to use a process that heats wood chips to manufacture another product.


Source: Bangor Daily News


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