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US (VT): Coventry landfill seeks expansion to add greenhouses

The largest landfill in Vermont is seeking to expand and New England Waste Services of Vermont wants to build a row of greenhouses powered by the landfill’s waste.

NEWS-VT officials say they also envision building up to five greenhouses powered by geothermal energy. Engineer John Gay says there are no tenants for the proposed greenhouses yet and he anticipated they would not be built for two to three years.

Read more at the Burlington Free Press

Publication date: 10/20/2017

 


 

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