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Water ban lifted after Corpus Christi chemical contamination

By JACK WEATHERLY A water ban was lifted in Corpus Christi, Texas on Sunday as officials seek to determine what caused the leak of a chemical last week from a plant operated in part by Flowood-based Ergon Asphalt and Emulsions. The federal Environmental Protection Agency and the Texas Environmental Quality Commission said in a Sunday release that none of 28 ...

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Ergon possibly linked to Corpus Christi spill

A chemical leak from an asphalt plant that led Corpus Christi officials to warn residents this week not to drink the water was apparently reported a week earlier, according to an email from a state environmental official that was obtained Friday. The internal email sent Wednesday by Susan Clewis, a regional director for the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, contained ...

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Ergon to restart the ethanol facility in Vicksburg

Ergon BioFuels LLC, a subsidiary of Flowood-based Ergon, Inc., announced Monday plans to restart the ethanol facility in Vicksburg in May. With nearly 60 million gallons of annual production capacity, Ergon BioFuels is one of the largest ethanol producers in the Southeast. The facility will purchase feedstock from local suppliers, providing substantial new market opportunities for the region, the company said ...

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Magnolia Marine adds new towboats, plans further expansion

VICKSBURG — Magnolia Marine Transport Co. has added two new towboats to its fleet and is planning for additional expansion. Vice president of operations Roger Harris tells The Vicksburg Post the vessels Miles Madison and Anna Elise were christened on June 29. Magnolia already has 19 towboats and 68 barges in service, Harris says. The company’s clients include its parent, ...

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Irby expected to be the state's newest $1 billion private company

Mississippi can expect to soon set a new place at the table reserved for The Magnolia State’s privately held billion-dollar companies. Jackson electrical products distributor Irby plans to join Ergon and Yates Construction at the $1 billion table by the end of next year, Irby president Michael Wigton said just days before the 86-year-old company christened a $6 million sales ...

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Still on top

While the 2011 version of the Mississippi 100 has many new names, the top five revenue-producers remain unchanged from 2010. The “big five” in order are Ergon Inc. of Jackson, The Yates Companies Inc. of Philadelphia, Staplcotn of Greenwood, Howard Industries Inc. of Laurel and Irby Company of Jackson. The only change from last year is Staplcotn moved up one ...

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Read the 2011 Mississippi 100 special issue of the MBJ online

The 2011 Mississippi 100, the state’s only ranking of Mississippi private companies, is available now. Find out if the top five revenue producers from the 2010 list are the same. Also see which companies are making their first appearance on the list and which one’s made the biggest jumps. Flip through the digital version below: [iframe src=’http://www.pageturnpro.com/MBJ/32080-MBJ_October18Miss100-2011/index.html’ width=’620′ height=’460′ frameborder=’0′ ...

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