Perdue to build soybean processing facility in Pennsylvania

Construction on Perdue AgriBusiness' grain elevator and soybean crushing facility in Lancaster County set to begin in June.

The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) issued May 5 its final plan approval for Perdue AgriBusiness’ proposed grain elevator and soybean crushing facility in Conoy Township of Lancaster County, Pa., enabling the company to begin full construction on the plant in June.

Gregory Rowe, vice president of grain operations, environment, health and safety for Perdue AgriBusiness, said the company worked with the Pennsylvania DEP for more than five years to ensure tha

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