A new manufacturing enterprise rooted in both the construction and agriculture industries plans on starting production in Nodaway County sometime in the first quarter of 2013.
ChloroFill LLC, a San Diego, Calif.-based building materials company, has completed efforts to secure financing that will be used to build a 5,400-square-foot manufacturing plant. He said he expects the plant’s size to double over the next three to five years.
The factory will produce fiberboard products made from sorghum, a cultivated grass widely raised as a cereal crop. Advocates say this process as environmentally sound and based on a renewable resource easily grown in northwest Missouri.