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January 5, 2004
Rebekah A. Hall
Harrisburg, Pa. – Pennsylvania’s Environmental Protection Secretary Kathleen McGinty has announced that the agency will spend $137,600 for two Waste Recovery Demonstration Grants, which will be used to develop resource-recovery projects in two counties.
Liberty Township and McKean County in partnership with RecycleAll Inc. will received $100,000 to develop a manufacturing process that uses mixed, recyclable glass as a raw material in the production of concrete products, such as highway barriers and drainage outlet boxes. Additionally, the city of Philadelphia and the White Dog Cafe will received $37,600 for an onsite, in-vessel food composting project.
Demonstration projects must recover at least 50 percent of refuse entering the waste stream.
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