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Battle lines drawn on waste-to-energy plant

March 29, 2011

WOONSOCKET – Though the proposal has been trashed by environmental groups, State Rep. Jon D. Brien says he'll keep pushing to pass his bill to allow a waste-to-energy plant to be built in the city.
The bill would would lift the state's 20-year ban on waste-to-energy projects and allow only one to be built – at an unspecified location in Woonsocket – provided it complies with all applicable legal and health codes and wins the endorsement of the Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation.

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