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The Municipal Review Committee, Inc. in Ellsworth, Maine hires Fiberight to replace aging waste-to-energy facility.

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Belfast backs Fiberight waste-to-energy plant

By Abigail Curtis / Bangor Daily News / May 18, 2016  BELFAST, Maine — Belfast City Councilors voted unanimously this week to enter into an agreement with other Maine municipalities to send the city’s solid waste to the new Fiberight waste-to-energy plant in Hampden. “We were presented with an economic case in which Fiberight is clearly the […]

Visit to Fiberight Plant Surprises Hampden Mayor

By Dawn Gagnon  / Bangor Daily News / May 10, 2016 HAMPDEN, Maine — If all goes to plan, Hampden will be home to a proposed $69 million waste-to-energy plant come 2018. But given the town’s long history of handling solid waste from around the state at the former Pine Tree Landfill, which operated for 35 years before […]

Wiscasset to Decide Where to Send Its Trash

By Abigail W. Adams / The Lincoln County News / April 27, 2016 The Wiscasset Transfer Station has sent its garbage to the Penobscot Energy Recovery Co. since the town’s transfer station was built in the early 1990s, Superintendent Ron Lear said, but that relationship may be coming to an end. At Wiscasset’s annual town […]