A New York State Supreme Court justice has decided to wait until a later date to rule on the motions in a lawsuit between the town of Romulus and Circular enerG, which has proposed to build a waste-to-energy (WTE) plant on former Seneca Army Depot land.
Circular enerG has proposed to build a $365 million WTE facility in Romulus, N.Y., between lakes Seneca and Cayuga. The facility would burn up to 2,640 tons of waste per day and draw 445,000 gallons of water a day from Seneca Lake.
The WTE company is suing the town for a bill passed back in March that would prevent the construction of new trash incinerators in the Romulus region.
Finger Lakes Times has more:
State Supreme Court Justice Daniel Doyle will rule on motions in the lawsuit filed by Circular enerG against the town of Romulus at a later date.
The Rochester-based company is suing the town for its 2018 adoption of amendments to the town zoning code that would prevent the company’s proposed waste-to-energy incinerator from being built at the former Seneca Army Depot.