Whether waste-to-energy is “renewable” is debatable. It’s also irrelevant, writes Roger Ballentine, president of Green Strategies, Inc.
The waste-sorting operation would produce material that could be turned into an energy feedstock by customers.
Students, staff and parents say a waste-to-energy facility doesn’t belong across the street from a Gary, Indiana, charter school.
Three prominent Minnesota environmental and community action organizations recently announced they are joining forces in an effort to close a solid waste incinerator on the edge of downtown Minneapolis.
A “freeze” of Ohio’s clean-energy standards is lengthening the payback period for combined heat and power systems, according to business leaders.