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Cost could sink Cleveland trash plant



Published: Mon, May 20, 2013 @ 12:00 a.m.

Associated Press

CLEVELAND

A proposal in Cleveland for a trash-to-energy plant could be sunk by rising cost estimates.

But mayoral chief of staff Ken Silliman tells The Plain Dealer the city has not ruled out the idea. He says the city is still pursuing an air-emission permit from the state in case the project goes forward.

A city consultant says the project expense would far exceed that of other methods of waste management.

The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency plans a public hearing on the issue June 12 in Cleveland.


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