The Indian River
What Is The IRED?
The Indian River Eco District (IRED) is an energy and industrial real estate project in Vero Beach Florida, on a multi-industry site that was previously constructed and operated by major corporations from the fruit juice and the petrochemical industries.
Industrial Symbiosis; the Mission of the Indian River Eco District
Industrial symbiosis occurs when the waste or by-product of one industrial operator becomes a resource for another industrial operator.
By methodically co-locating companies from different industries together on one site, the waste resources of those companies can be used in industrial symbiosis.
All the participating companies reduce their operating costs, while maximizing their outputs from collective resources and reducing (or eliminating) the collective waste products of all the company operations.
Located on the east coast of Florida, the Indian River Eco-District is the premier option for industrial businesses looking for low-risk expansion options, reduced operating costs and convenient access to competitive raw materials & resources.
Indian River Eco-District’s Infrastructure Offers:
Spacious Land Options
Utilities (Gas & Water)
Resources For Heat, Refrigeration & Drying
Liquid Storage Tanks
Florida’s Fourth Largest Injection Well
We understand that in many cases our members are looking for rapid deployment of operations, reliable assets and support processes that encourage superior returns.