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With new trash plans in hampden what happens to orrington

  • Bob's Kozy Korner in Orrington under new ownership

    Mar 07, 2019· A popular Orrington store is getting a new owner. Bob's Kozy Korner is a local hot-spot for good food, coffee and conversation. Now, the owners say it's time to move on.

  • Fiberight proposal gets Town Council backing - Mount

    BAR HARBOR A regional proposal to send trash to a new facility in Hampden beginning in 2018 was backed by town councilors in a 7-0 vote on Tuesday. Bar Harbor became the second municipality to sign on to the 15-year agreement, following a decision by the Brewer city council Jan. 26.

  • Trash plan, road ownership question on agenda for May 4

    Trash plan, road ownership question on agenda for May 4 Steuben meeting The Municipal Review Committee is urging its 187 member towns and cities to sign an agreement to have a new waste

  • Weve answered some questions about whats happening with

    1 day ago· The company has never run a plant as large as the one in Hampden, though it did operate a test facility at the Atlantic County Utilities Authority near Atlantic City, New Jersey, from 2012 to 2013.

  • Trash Disposal Group, Town Officials Unveil Plan for Solid

    Dec 16, 2014· The Municipal Review Committee, a group representing the trash disposal interests of 187 Maine communities, announced at Mondays Hampden Town Council meeting that it plans to develop a $60 million state-of-the-art solid waste recycling and processing facility in the towns triangle area between Ammo Industrial Park, Interstate 95 and

  • Orrington, ME

    Orrington's Economic Development Program is the responsibility of the Town's Elected Officials, the Selectmen, and consists of five elements: 1. Business Retention. 2. Business Attraction. 3. Community Preparedness For Economic Development. 4. Grant Identification. 5. Grant Writing

  • Investor and operator found for proposed biofuel plant in

    A Maryland-based biofuel company says it has found an equity investor to build a $69 million solid waste recycling and biofuels processing facility in Hampden.

  • Work under way on new Fiberight plant - The Ellsworth

    ELLSWORTH Bulldozers and other heavy equipment are busy clearing a 4,600-foot road leading to what will be the new Fiberight LLC trash-to-biogas plant in Hampden.. The 90-acre parcel is

  • Orrington Trash Facility Pins Hopes For Viable Future On

    Jun 11, 2018· That's because its competitor in Hampden won't be accepting OBW when it goes fully online sometime next year. Lang says even if 10 pecrcent of all waste processed at PERC is oversized bulky waste, the two Terminators could mean the difference between turning a profit, or absorbing a loss.

  • Maine doesnt want 115 towns landfilling their waste if

    Jun 15, 2020· Trash on the floor of the Penobscot Energy Recovery Co. facility floor in Orrington is shown in this August 2019 photo. State officials are looking into a way for 115 communities to send their trash to PERC if the Hampden waste plant where they normally send their waste remains closed.

  • Weve answered some questions about whats happening with

    2 days ago· Delta Thermo Energy is a waste-to-energy company based in Jenkintown, Pennsylvania, that began operations around 2009. The company has never run a plant as large as the one in Hampden, though it did operate a test facility at the Atlantic County Utilities Authority near Atlantic City, New Jersey, from 2012 to 2013.

  • Lamoine voters reject proposed Fiberight plant - The

    May 25, 2016· LAMOINE Residents of Lamoine May 24 voted not to back construction of a new refuse plant in Hampden, and backers now say the outcome

  • Mainers had questions about what's going to happen to your

    Aug 22, 2019· <p>The sorting equipment at Fiberight's new plant in Hampden -- a facility that it calls Coastal Resources of Maine -- removes items that it can sell on the recycling

  • Company trying to purchase Hampden plant wants to mix

    Feb 08, 2021· FXCERPT FROM THE BDN STORY: "The Pennsylvania-based company working to purchase a shuttered waste processing plant in Hampden specializes in mixing wastewater sludge with trash, then burning the mixture to produce electricity. "Delta Thermo Energy has tried out the technology in small-scale test projects in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, and the process is based on

  • Advocacy group speaks out about trash being sent to landfill

    Jun 11, 2020· HAMPDEN , Maine (WABI) - and a better option would be to send it to Penobscot Energy Recovery Company in Orrington. He said there is no current plan for the waste to

  • Transfer Station - Town of Hampden, Maine

    Official Website of the Town of Hampden, Maine Town Office Hours: Monday - Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Office Address: 106 Western Ave Hampden, ME 04444 Phone: (207) 862-3034 Fax: (207) 862-5067 Email: [email protected]

  • Most waste meant for shuttered Hampden plant will

    Jul 01, 2020· Starting Wednesday, 75 percent of the waste the 115 towns and cities generate will go to the Penobscot Energy Recovery Co. incinerator in Orrington, which burns trash to generate electricity and processed the towns waste for about three decades

  • Fiberight plant makes progress at site, and with recycling

    Jun 12, 2018· Legal challenges and financing hurdles also slowed plans. Recycling is scheduled to begin at the plant in late September, and the company will start slow, so it can gauge the waste stream.

  • Fiberight asks FAME for $45M conduit bond for Hampden

    The MRC, which has contracts to handle the post-2018 trash needs for more than 100 towns, and Fiberight entered a partnership to build the Hampden facility at the end of 2015. In September 2016, the MRC board voted to accept a $5.4 million buyout to exit a three-party partnership that owns the Penobscot Energy Recovery Co. facility in Orrington

  • With Hampden waste plants reopening in the works

    Feb 16, 2021· As a shuttered waste processing plant in Hampden looks to reopen under new ownership later this year, the Orrington incinerator thats been handling most of

  • With Hampden waste plants reopening in the works

    Feb 16, 2021· Bangor Daily News file photo/Linda Coan O'Kresik More than 3,000 tons of municipal solid waste that will be processed and turned into electricity at the PERC plant, Penobscot Energy Recovery Company, in Orrington. With Hampden waste plants reopening in the works, Orrington rival sees chance to collaborate Contributed February 16, 2021

  • Transition looms for state waste processing facilities

    Jan 24, 2018· Fiberight CEO Craig Stuart-Paul said this week that the new facility, being built in Hampden, will be open for business around July. His company secured $70 million on

  • More trash probably wont be a money maker for Orrington

    Jul 24, 2020· The influx of trash from towns that had been sending their waste to a shuttered facility in Hampden brings new revenue and new costs for PERC in Orrington.

  • Pennsylvania Company Hopes To Reopen Hampden Waste Plant

    Jan 19, 2021· Another young mid-Atlantic company with a similar profile, Fiberight, originally designed the Hampden plant with the goal of diverting more than half of the waste it receives away from the landfill through recycling and technology that converts it into a variety of products such as plastic fuel briquettes and papermaking cellulose.

  • Most waste meant for shuttered Hampden plant will

    Jul 01, 2020· Most waste meant for shuttered Hampden plant will temporarily go to Orrington incinerator by Matthew Stone July 1, 2020 More than 3,000

  • Municipal Review Committee removing 75% of waste from

    Jul 01, 2020· ORRINGTON, Maine When the Hampden based Coastal Resources of Maine facility that was owned by Fiberight closed in May, the waste of more than 100 cities and towns was left without a destination. The Municipal Review Committee (MRC) is the group that oversees where trash and recycling go for 115 municipalities in Maine, with members ranging

  • Court appoints receiver to oversee shuttered Hampden waste

    Aug 05, 2020· A court-appointed receiver will now oversee the recently shuttered Hampden waste plant that owes tens of millions of dollars to a mix of contractors and creditors, including the bondholders that originally provided $52 million for the construction of the facility, according to recent court filings. The Coastal Resources of Maine plant has failed to make any payments on those bonds and incurred

  • Struggling Hampden waste-to-energy plant could be running

    The plan for the $70 million, 144,000-square-foot waste-to-energy plant was to convert 80% of the 180,000 tons a year of waste it would take in into renewable energy or recycling, with the rest

  • February 2021 Why is Maine Becoming the Dumping Ground

    As a shuttered waste processing plant in Hampden looks to reopen under new ownership later this year, the Orrington incinerator thats been handling most of the Bangor areas waste in the interim sees a chance for collaboration with the waste plant across the river rather than continued rivalry. I think two facilities can survive, said Henry Lang, plant manager at Orringtons

  • Company trying to purchase Hampden plant eventually wants

    Feb 09, 2021· By David Marino Jr., Bangor Daily News Staff. The Pennsylvania-based company working to purchase a shuttered waste processing plant in Hampden specializes in mixing wastewater sludge with trash, then burning the mixture to produce electricity.. Delta Thermo Energy has tried out the technology in small-scale test projects in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, and the process is based

  • Tons Of Trash Going To Landfills Due To Hampden Waste

    Apr 06, 2018· The Municipal Review Committee, which represents more than 180 municipalities in central, northern and Down East Maine, decided to end its contract with Orrington-based PERC to work with Fiberight and build the new 144,000-square-foot facility in 2016. Construction began in July with the goal of an April 1 opening.

  • Trash going back to PERC as towns seek operator for

    Jul 01, 2020· The Municipal Review Committee told member municipalities and others that 3/4 of their trash was being diverted to the Orrington waste-to-energy plant

  • Plan for New Municipal Waste Processing Plant Moves

    Feb 19, 2015· Currently, most local towns ship their garbage to the Penobscot Energy Recovery Company (PERC) in Orrington to incinerate and convert into electricity.

  • Waldoboro Moves to Switch Trash to Fiberight - The Lincoln

    Mar 31, 2016· The Municipal Review Committee and Fiberight plan to build a new facility in Hampden to handle the waste-disposal needs of member municipalities. Fiberights facility plans to utilize solid waste from Maine municipalities to create biogas for sale on

  • Current Events Why is Maine Becoming the Dumping Ground

    Feb 01, 2021· As a shuttered waste processing plant in Hampden looks to reopen under new ownership later this year, the Orrington incinerator thats been handling most of the Bangor areas waste in the interim sees a chance for collaboration with the waste plant across the river rather than continued rivalry. I think two facilities can survive, said Henry Lang, plant manager at Orringtons

  • More trash probably wont be a money maker for Orrington

    Jul 24, 2020· Bangor Daily News photo/Linda Coan O'Kresik More than 3,000 tons of municipal solid waste that will be processed and turned into electricity at the PERC plant, Penobscot Energy Recovery Company, in Orrington. More trash probably wont be a money maker for Orrington incinerator Charles Eichacker, Bangor Daily News Staff July 24, 2020

  • Sale of recycling, trash-to-energy plant in Hampden

    Apr 21, 2021· Sale of recycling, trash-to-energy plant in Hampden expected in June. The Municipal Review Committee, which represents the solid waste disposal interests of 115 Maine municipalities, voted

  • With new trash plans in Hampden, what happens to Orrington

    Dec 16, 2014· BANGOR, Maine The minority owner of Penobscot Energy Recovery Co. and its host town, Orrington, are raising questions about how to keep that facility

  • Fiberight sorts trash and recyclables but had to temporary

    Jun 10, 2020· Up until last week, it was sent to the Fiberight plant in Hampden. The company opened last fall, sorting trash and recyclables allowing residents to put all their waste in just one trash can or trash ban. The plant recycled what it could and the rest was turned into energy or disposed of.

  • MRC strikes deal to send trash to PERC - Mount Desert Islander

    Jul 13, 2020· ELLSWORTH A temporary solution for waste disposal has been reached following the closure of a plant that processed trash and recycling for numerous Hancock County and eastern Maine communities.. The Municipal Review Committee announced in a virtual town hall last Wednesday that the Coastal Resources of Maine site in Hampden had been cleared of all waste and prepared for a future

  • Fiberight waste-to-energy plant breaks ground in Hampden

    At the plant, which is planned for a 90-acre parcel between Ammo Industrial Park, Interstate 95 and Coldbrook Road, Fiberight plans to use technology that will change organic materials in trash into biogas after the glass, metal, paper and plastic are recycled. Biogas is similar to natural gas.

  • Wiscasset to Decide Where to Send Its Trash - The Lincoln

    Apr 28, 2016· Lear is recommending that the town send solid waste to Fiberight LLCs planned facility in Hampden beginning in 2018. (Abigail Adams photo) The Wiscasset Transfer Station has sent its garbage to the Penobscot Energy Recovery Co. since the towns transfer station was built in the early 1990s, Superintendent Ron Lear said, but that