Valero Renewables - Mount Vernon
7201 Port Road
Mount Vernon, IN 47620
The Mount Vernon plant, located on 112 acres on the Ohio River in the far southwestern corner of the state, produces ethanol, distillers grains livestock feed and fuel- and feed-grade corn oil. With original startup in December 2010, the plant was acquired by Valero in March 2014. The facility is Valero’s only ethanol plant able to directly load and ship products by barge, with its location on the Ohio River. Corn is purchased from within 50 miles.
In 1805, Andrew and William Mcfadin arrived in the Posey county. They founded the Mcfadin bluff, which increased in settlers a couple of years later. This river town, located on the bend of the bustling Ohio River, was established in 1816. The city derives its name from a British naval hero, Edward Vernon.
Evansville Museum of Arts & Science: https://emuseum.org/visit
Harmonie State Park: https://www.in.gov/dnr/parklake/2981.htm
Mesker Park Zoo & Botanic Garden: https://www.meskerparkzoo.com/
Wabash County Museum: https://www.wabashmuseum.org/
Hands On Discovery: http://www.handsondiscovery.org/
City of Mount Vernon: https://www.mountvernon.in.gov/
Metropolitan School District of Mount Vernon: http://www.mvschool.org/
Notification information to come.
Distillers Grain Sales Rep (Local Truck Sales)
Manager - Regional Merchandising
(Bulk Rail Sales)