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August 1, 2000

SEC Announces Mayfair Ethanol Project

Standard Energy Corporation (SEC) and its wholly-owned subsidiary Mayfair Energy Corporation recently announced plans to construct and operate a $275-million ethanol production and municipal waste recycling facility in Schuylkill County, PA.

Having received the proper approval from state and county authorities, the Mayfair facilities will be only a processing center for household and industrial waste and will not store incoming municipal waste nor outgoing recyclables or ethanol.

Mayfair said use of the company's biofuel technologies will eliminate the need to landfill any of the processed waste. The recycling program will sort and process inorganic metals, glass, plastics, and dirt which will be marketed as clean saleable recycled products. The remaining waste, mainly organics such as paper, yard and food wastes, will be processed into ethanol.

Mayfair said the facility will staff about 70 professional, technical and administrative employees and about 430 hourly employees. At full production, Mayfair expects the waste recycling program to process about 6,000 tons of waste each day. As a result the company said it expects to be able to produce about 235,000 gallons of ethanol a day.

The company said a detailed engineering design for the facility will be performed by Saulsbury Engineering Company. Construction and management will be managed by a joint venture of W.J. Scales and Company and Limbach Company, a construction unit of Enron Corporation.

The facility is expected to produce 77 million gallons of ethanol when operating at full capacity. 


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