Former Jack Post property to house new technology


The former Jack Post building in Kosciusko could be used to house state-of-the-art technology.

Sustainable Energy Technologies Inc. has announced plans to begin operations in the 367,000 square foot facility.

According to CEO Fred Solomon, the building will house a thermal pyrolytic converter for its “Waste to Power” initiative.

The company said in a press release that it will bring several affiliate companies as sub-tenants.

“Together, these companies will positively impact the Kosciusko and Attala County economy by bringing a diverse set of industries and boosting job creation, “Solomon said.

The company says it hopes to provide “hundreds of jobs at the Jack Post property.”

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