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NLC Energy Settles Complaint with State of Nebraska and U.S. EPA for Environmental Violations

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DAKOTA CITY, Neb. -- A new owner and operator, NLC Energy LLC, has taken over Big Ox Energy properties including the Dakota City, Nebraska renewable biomethane plant. NLC Energy has started refurbishing and reopening other Big Ox facilities and has a proven track record of safe operations and full compliance with all environmental requirements.

NLC Energy has worked with the State of Nebraska, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Justice to resolve all environmental issues attributable to operation of this facility prior to NLC Energy assuming control. NLC Energy is now reviewing options to reopen this facility to create low carbon, renewable natural gas from organic waste, while providing high paying jobs and meeting all safety and environmental standards. NLC Energy expects to make further announcements regarding its plans for the Dakota City facility.

About NLC Energy

As a leader in renewable natural gas production, NLC Energy is committed to the safety and sustainability of communities, people and the planet. NLC Energy is dedicated to creating low-carbon, renewable natural gas from organic waste while providing high-paying jobs, meeting all safety and environmental standards, and acting as a good neighbor.

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