Greenyug building ethyl acetate plant, hiring 20 in Columbus
COLUMBUS, Neb. — A California chemical company plans to build a plant in Columbus, Nebraska, to make ethyl acetate, a solvent used to decaffeinate coffee and clean circuit boards and used in paint, perfumes, nail polish, pharmaceuticals and other products.
Greenyug LLC, a privately owned company based in Santa Barbara, said recently that it would build the plant adjacent to a corn ethanol plant run by Archer Daniel Midlands. Construction is to start late this year. Production is to be underway about a year later.
Greenyug Vice President Luca Zullo said the plant would employ about 20 full-time people, half a dozen of them on salaries and the rest earning competitive hourly wages. Check for Greenyug jobs here.
READ MORE of this story at Omaha.com by Steve Jordan. Photo courtesy of Greenyug LLC.