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Synagro plant will soon generate electricity

May 11, 2013

WOONSOCKET — The heavy lifting has been completed and the Synagro sludge incineration operation off Cumberland Hill Road is well on its way to generating its own electrical power.
The company completed the lowering of a massive waste-heat boiler inside the incinerator building on Friday and will now begin the work of connecting the new equipment to existing machinery and electrical services.

Groups to break ground on custom-built home for wounded vet

May 11, 2013

BURRILLVILLE – Marine Cpl. Kevin Dubois, a wounded warrior who lost both legs in Afghanistan, will soon be calling Burrillville home.
After a successful property closing in March, the Rhode Island Builders Association in partnership with Massachusetts-based Homes for Our Troops is preparing to build a free specially-adapted home for Dubois and his wife, Kayla, on Sherman Farm Road.
A special groundbreaking ceremony takes place Saturday, May 18 at 10 a.m., at the construction site located at Lot 12 Sherman Farm Road. A fundraising barbecue, bake sale and raffle drawing will follow.

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