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Entsorga North America to Purchase 12 Acres at Stewart International Airport for WTE Plant

Under the contract approved by the Town Board, Entsorga has up to two years to complete the purchase.

Entsorga North America, a subsidiary of BioHiTech Global, is purchasing 12 acres at Stewart International Airport in New Windsor, N.Y., for $1.1 million to build a new waste-to-fuel plant. Under the contract approved by the Town Board, Entsorga has up to two years to complete the purchase.

Times Herald-Record has more details:

The Town Board has approved a contract to sell 12 acres at Stewart International Airport to an international waste-to-fuel company which hopes to build a plant there.

The agreement approved Wednesday gives Entsorga North America, a subsidiary of BioHiTech Global, up to two years to purchase the land for almost $1.1 million, said town Supervisor George Green.

The town had been negotiating with Entsorga for the land between Route 207 and Hudson Valley Avenue since the summer, Green said.

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