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Waste Trashing company is approved by Chesapeake City Council


Chesapeake City Council approved an ordinance change that would allow a trash-to-energy plant be built less than 1500 feet from homes.

Chesapeake City Council

Neighbors are concerned City Council isn’t listening to them.

"Why would you build a waste plant management in a place where it floods?" Millie Camacho, a Crestwood neighbor said. "In a place where there are so many homes?"

The proposed plant Hampton Roads Integrated BioEnergy Complex would convert trash to eco-friendly pellets. The location is south of the Crestwood neighborhood at the old Nova Chemicals plant.

Source: http://ukrfuel.com/news-waste-trashing-company-is-approved-by-ch-61.html

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