Federal License Allows Liquid Resources to Commence Service
Company Receives U.S. Alcohol Permit
Medina, OH— Liquid Resources of Ohio, LLC has received
authorization from the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB)
of the U.S. Department of Justice to operate a distilled spirits plant
(DSP) at its Medina, Ohio facility. The company provides a comprehensive
set of market removal and destruction services to manufacturers of non-hazardous
liquids. Liquid Res-ources provides customers in a wide variety of industries
a cost-effective alternative to public and private disposal options
such as water treatment plants, incineration or landfills.
Receipt of the federal DSP permit allows the company to
provide affidavits of destruction to clients. Manufacturers and distributors
of consumer alcoholic beverages use these sworn statements to reclaim
costly federal and state excise taxes. Liquid Resources serves the consumer
beverage industry, including soft drink manufacturers, brewers, distillers,
bottlers and distributors. The company also processes liquid waste streams
from the pharmaceutical, cosmetics, paint, syrup and confectionery industries.
"Today we've passed another important milestone
in providing companies with cost-effective, environmentally friendly
means to dispose of their non-hazardous liquid wastes and helping many
of them recapture taxes they already paid on product that has never
reached the market," said Tim Curtiss, CEO and co-founder of Liquid
Resources. "By diverting waste from landfills, public sewer systems
or incinerators, we can save customers money and help them meet their
With ready access by highway or rail, Liquid Resources
can efficiently process packaged and bulk products in its secure, 45,000
square-foot production facility and warehouse. Waste packaging materials
(plastic, glass, cardboard and aluminum) are shredded, crushed and recycled.
Liquids are converted into ethanol, a fuel used in gasoline blends that
reduces harmful auto emissions. Use of ethanol-blended gasoline lowers
U.S. dependence on foreign oil.
Under an exclusive agreement, Cargill, Inc. will distribute
all of the ethanol produced by Liquid Resources. Cargill, the largest
privately owned company in the United States, is a major supplier of
fuel-grade ethanol to the gasoline industry.