ODESSA, WA — For lease: One biodiesel plant. Ready for immediate occupancy. Must supply own canola. Terms negotiable.
The 24,000-square-foot Inland Empire Oilseeds building in Odessa, WA, has been empty since December, when the company ceased operation and filed for bankruptcy, laying off roughly 28 employees.
The Odessa Public Development Authority, which owns the property, is looking for a new biodiesel company to move in as soon as possible, said Stacey Rasmussen, administrative assistant for the authority.
Read the full story at the source: Matthew Weaver, Capital Press, February 21, 2013.