Nicholas Meat facility will reuse water and generate biogas

Officials gathered at Nicholas Meat LLC in Loganton to break ground for a facility which will conserve water and generate biogas. From left, Mike Flanagan, Clinton County Economic Partnership president and CEO, Joe Reese, Milnes Engineering, Brian Miller, Nicholas Meat director of sustainability, Kennedy Nicholas, Doug Nicholas, Nicholas Meat vice president and COO, Dr. Tom Richard, director of Penn State Institutes for Energy and the Environment, John Painter II, Pennsylvania Farm Bureau board member and beef and dairy farmer, Pennsylvania Secretary of Agriculture Russell Redding, Clinton County Commissioner Jeff Snyder, Congressman Fred Keller (R, Pa.-12) and  and Miles Kessinger, Clinton County board chairman.

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