Edgewood Renewables, a biofuel production company, is planning a biorefinery for the site of a former fuel terminal in North Las Vegas, with CEO Steve Harrington saying the goal is to kick off construction within the next six months and be operational by 2026.

The refinery and operating terminal will produce about 120 million gallons of fuel each year, Harrington said, particularly sustainable aviation fuel, or SAF. The plant will process waste feedstocks and convert them into a cleaner, greener equivalent of jet fuel, ultimately reducing emissions in the aviation industry, he said.

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