Can trash-to-energy plant in Penacook burn construction debris?
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A long debate over whether the waste-to-energy plant in Penacook should be allowed to burn debris from construction sites along with trash is back before the Legislature, although the issue is moot for the moment.
A bill that would prevent the power plant from burning processed wood from what is known as C&D, short for “construction and demolition” debris, has been approved by the House and will be considered by the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee. No hearing has yet been scheduled.