One Earth Energy reserves the right to reject and/or require testing for GMO corn unapproved for export.
We use locally grown grains at our facility to help enhance the economic development of American Agriculture.
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Week of October 27, 2014
June 5, 2014
Thursday, June 5, 2014
One Earth Energy earns the Thoroughbred Chemical Safety Award from Norfolk Southern
Gibson City, IL
One Earth Energy announced today that it received the Thoroughbred Chemical Safety Award for 2013 from Norfolk Southern in recognition of their safe handling of hazardous chemical products.
For 18 years, Norfolk Southern has presented this award to customers who ship 1,000 carloads or more of hazardous chemical products across our network without a single incident for the year. Norfolk Southern congratulates One Earth Energy's team of employees for their outstanding performance in achieving this safety standard.
Norfolk Southern's service is based on their commitment to safety, and Norfolk Southern appreciates the diligence to industry-leading safety practices demonstrated by One Earth Energy.
April 11, 2014
We want to inform all of our corn customers of a new office for Adam Mortiz starting Monday, April 14, 2014. He will be at Alliance Grain but will still do all of the corn bids for One Earth Energy. Adam has a new direct line for corn bids, he can be reached at 217-784-4822. His emails are: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Please reserve the corn line for checking on bids and other corn related business. If you just want to know the dumping hours please check the website first.
March 10, 2014
February 18, 2014
Bruce Kallal, Gibson City Fire Protection District Chief accepted a $15,000.00 donation from Kent Daniels, Safety Manager at One Earth Energy.
January 12, 2012
Corn Oil Extraction effective January 2012
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We are committed to being an efficient producer of ethanol and distillers' grain, maximizing returns, and enhancing the economic development of American agriculture.
We intend to add value to locally grown grains by providing a local outlet to process the corn grown in the area, and at the same time, increase the total demand for corn in this region. To meet this mission, we will provide a processing facility that will allow members to invest in a growing industry.
Phone: (217) 784-5321
Fax: (217) 784-5332