Big River delayed to '14 on Nucor appeal
Nov 04, 2013 | 05:12 PM
| Catherine Ngai
NEW YORK Groundbreaking at Big River Steel LLCs proposed $1.1-billion steel mill in Arkansas, led by industry veteran John D. Correnti, has been delayed until 2014 following an air permit appeal from Nucor Corp.
"Big River has a very large competitor (Nucor) that has operations here in the state that has really resisted Big Rivers development from the moment that it was announced," Grant Tennille, director of the Arkansas Economic Development Commission, said during a Nov. 3 segment of the local news program Talk Business. "That competitor is now in the process of challenging the air permit that was granted to Big River Steel by the Department of Environmental Quality. Thats a 120-day process, which will kick us over the end of the year and put the closing more likely in the....
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