As of December 2017, the facility has resumed operations after upgrades were completed to improve the facility’s performance and enhance fire detection, prevention and response.
With the upgrade, the center added new equipment to mechanically sort paper cartons and corrugated cardboard.
The city has had to clear several roadblocks to obtain the permit that would allow the expansion.
Petro Waste Environmental LP has begun construction on its Deep Six and Big Lake landfills in the Permian Basin (a region in the Western part of Texas).
The Kent County Department of Public Works tasked Custer Inc. with developing an innovative technology solution for its 5,000-square-foot education space.
The $365 million plan developed by Circle EnerG proposes to transport trash via rail and truck to the facility, which would be constructed on the former Seneca Army Depot site.
The $59 million facility is the first WTE plant in Southeast Asia to meet European emission standards.
Residents are being asked to hold onto their recyclables until December 19, when the center is expected to reopen.
The new landfill is expected to begin operating and receiving garbage within five years.