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The new Enviva facility will be located at the former Mannington Mills wood flooring plant in Epes, which was shuttered, laying off 150 employees.

UB Community Development closes $42.5 million in tax credits for Enviva pellet plant UB Community Development LLC, a community development partner of United Bank, announced the closing of a $42.5 million New Markets Tax Credit allocation to support the building of the world’s largest wood pellet plant in Epes, Alabama. The new project for Enviva will be located…

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