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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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Plan for New Municipal Waste Processing Plant Moves Forward

From Trash to “Trashanol” – By Maine Free Press | Feb. 19, 2015 An organization that represents most of the towns in the midcoast area has voted to enter into a development agreement with a trash-to-energy company to turn local waste into biofuels. At its February 4 meeting, the board of the Municipal Review Committee (MRC) voted unanimously to pursue a […]

Group representing 187 Maine municipalities inks development deal for Hampden waste handling facility

By Dawn Gagnon | BDN Staff |Posted Feb. 04, 2015, at 8:14 p.m. ORONO, Maine — After receiving assurances that the technology is viable, members of the Municipal Review Committee board voted unanimously Wednesday to enter a development agreement with a Maryland-based company that wants to build a solid waste processing facility that will turn […]

Fiberight still working at MSW Plant in Iowa

By Holly Jessen | October 23, 2014 | Biomass Magazine Despite delays, Fiberight’s plans to produce cellulosic ethanol from municipal solid waste (MSW) in Iowa are moving forward. In fact, an equity drive happening now is attracting quite a few interested people and money is starting to come in. “I’m highly encouraged,” Craig Stuart-Paul, chief executive […]