Among the hazardous materials in the building was acetone and methanol, which the business was using in the CBD extraction process, McDonald said. The company is extracting the CBD oil to be used in the cosmetic industry, he said.
That forced authorities to call for a hazardous materials unit from Loudoun County, Va., to deal with the material, McDonald said.
CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. — About 75 firefighters on Thursday battled a blaze inside a former fruit cold storage facility north of Charles Town that is now being used by a business that is extracting CBD oil from hemp, a fire official said.
A damage estimate was not available. McDonald said the business has only been in the building a short period. A representative for the business who was at the scene declined to comment.
McDonald said he didn’t know what started the fire, and added that the West Virginia State Fire Marshal’s office was called to look into it. A representative from the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection also responded to assess the scene.
“Most of it burned off in the fire,” he said.
Van Vliet said he leases space from a group who acquired the building after the Byrd family owned it. Van Vliet purchases timber and cuts it to make various wood products.
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