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Taking a Turn?

Taking a Turn?

The waste-to-energy (WTE) market has long been a cornerstone of the waste and recycling industry. But the industry’s frontline involvement shook a bit in late July when Houston-based Waste Management Inc. agreed to sell its giant Hampton, N.H.–based WTE subsidiary, Wheelabrator Technologies Inc., to Short Hills, N.J.–based private equity firm Energy Capital Partners (ECP) for $1.94 billion.

Waste Management did agree to a long-term supply contract with the new ow

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