In addition to the LRF and COR3 projects, Team Gemini has signed a lease with SWACO to develop a 343-acre tract of land north of S.R. 665, to create industrial and research park that will serve as a sustainable business cluster powered by the waste stream located within a Community Reinvestment Area (CRA).
An integral benefit for tenants of the sustainable industrial park will include access to recyclable by-products recovered from the MSW processing, which can be used to generate power or create new products from recycled materials.
Team Gemini plans to become the anchor tenant in the industrial park, which will be named Gemini Synergy Center, and will build process facilities for recycled products and manufacturing to be powered by the MSW waste stream—including a biogas/biomass plant, a facility for converting compost into fertilizers and hybrid soils, and the conversion of plastics into oil.
In addition, Team Gemini will manage an additional 35 acres of state-of-the-art automated greenhouses that can grow organic food year-round. Details on this facility, as well as the sustainable technologies and industrial park at the Gemini Synergy Center will be available soon.
“We want to thank every team member and strategic partner in this amazing project,” said Doug Haughn of Team Gemini. “While we cannot thank every single individual at this time, we want to recognize Columbus 2020, Manhattan Construction, the Ohio BioProducts Innovation Center at The Ohio State University, Professional Energy Services, Baker Barrios Ohio, Inc., Estrada Hinojosa & Company, Colliers International, ABB, Inc., Greenavations Power, LLC, Renewable Energy Equipment Leasing, LLC, Fuego Communications, and Battelle for their support.”
Colliers International will be handling all inquiries from potential t
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