Last week, Entsorga North America spokesman Dennis Soriano pitched a waste-to-fuel proposal to the Ulster County Resource Recovery Agency in the Town of Ulster, N.Y. During the pitch, Soriano handed out small bags comprised of specks of plastic paper and cloth materials that would be burned to create fuel.
In addition to this proposal, Soriano has also pitched plant proposals in northern New Jersey and upstate New York, but the specific locations are not known at this time.
The Daily Freeman has more details:
Ulster County Resource Recovery Agency board members are being pitched on the use of a proposed facility that would turn solid waste into fuel.
At an agency board meeting last week, Entsorga North America spokesman Dennis Soriano took an hour to describe the process, handing out small bags with specks of plastic, paper and cloth materials that would be burned as fuel.
“This is an opportunity for you to look at what you might want to do down the road in terms of how you might want to handle your solid waste, how you might want to partner with other authorities (and) other counties in the area, and look at the potential for a long-term plan,” he said.