Pellet Mill Planned For South Carolina
Effingham Pellets, a subsidiary of Charles Ingram Lumber Co., plans to invest $5.4 million to establish a wood pellet operation in Florence County, SC that will produce and supply wood pellets for export sale to Europe.
“We are excited to begin operations in Florence County, where we will be able to produce power solutions that promote sustainability on an international scale. Effingham Pellets, LLC looks forward to being an important partner to Charles Ingram Lumber Company and the community as a whole,” a spokesperson says.
Operations are expected to be online by June 2021.
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