"Business Maine: Southern" piece reporting that officials at the Maine Energy Re
"Business Maine: Southern" piece reporting that officials at the Maine Energy Recovery Co. in Biddeford are proposing to help heat downtown mill buildings with waste steam. The proposal comes six months after voters turned down a referendum to buy out the company. A feasibility study said the project was technically feasible, but also expensive. Ken Robbins, general manager, said it would cost $1 million to build the infrastructure needed. While some groups, such as the Biddeford-Saco Economic Development Corp., have endorsed the idea, others, like Saco mayor Mark Johnston, have rejected it as "another smokescreen...another excuse to stay longer."
Maine Energy Recovery Co Biddeford
""Business Maine: Southern" piece reporting that officials at the Maine Energy Re" (2006). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 3643.
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