Story excerpt provided by Dayton Business Journal.
A Yellow Springs business is plotting a $3 million expansion as it begins commercialization of its unusual product.
EnviroFlight LLC has rented out additional space and is planning to rework its office at 303 North Walnut St. into a lab where it can process six tons of material a day into animal feed.
EnviroFlight makes animal feed, fertilizer and other products by using “low-use material,” by-products left over in brewing, ethanol production and the food manufacturing process to raise black soldier fly larvae.
“We’re going to put money toward increasing production and taking our product to its next generation,” said Glen Courtright, EnviroFlight’s founder.
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Originally published November 10, 2014.