Tag: Fiberight

Fiberight now expects Maine plant to be ready in March, or May

Fiberight now expects Maine plant to be ready in March, or May

November 20, 2018 |

In Maine, already more than a year behind schedule and set to open in December, Fiberight now says it will complete its waste processing facility in March and could begin receiving waste from 100 communities around the state by April. If things go wrong and some equipment needs to be changed, the company’s CEO says […]

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CP Group breaks ground on Fiberight’s waste sorting system

CP Group breaks ground on Fiberight’s waste sorting system

September 2, 2018 |

In Maine, CP Group broke ground on installing waste sorting equipment for Fiberight’s recycling plant in Hampden which will take about 3 months to complete installation. CP Group is installing the front-end system for the waste processing and refining facility, which will recover recyclable commodities and prepare residual waste for further processing on-site and serve […]

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Fiberight facility to open in October, not September

Fiberight facility to open in October, not September

July 29, 2018 |

In Maine, Fiberight’s facility in Hampden has 72,000 square feet of concrete flooring laid down in the 144,000 square foot space which is anticipated to be installed next month. Recycling equipment is set to arrive soon as well and Fiberight expects the facility to begin processing waste in October, not September as Fiberight CEO Craig […]

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Fiberight hopes to have Maine facility up by year’s end

Fiberight hopes to have Maine facility up by year’s end

May 9, 2018 |

In Maine, although Fiberight tried to get its MSW processing facility up and running by April to begin receiving waste from 115 of the state’s communities, the facility should be up and running by year’s end even if it’s not ready to produce biofuels by then. The company promised to hold monthly update meetings for […]

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Fiberight gets $70M in needed funding to open Maine facility

Fiberight gets $70M in needed funding to open Maine facility

January 7, 2018 |

In Maine, Fiberight secured $70 million for a municipal solid waste center that should be in operation by this May. The high-tech facility will convert 180,000 tons of trash each year from more than 100 Maine towns into biofuel at a 144,000-square-foot steel frame facility that began construction last July. Craig Stuart-Paul, CEO of Maryland-based […]

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Pressure is on for Fiberight plant opening in Maine

Pressure is on for Fiberight plant opening in Maine

July 30, 2017 |

In Maine, Fiberight told a Maine community nonprofit group concerned about trash disposal that the current under-construction plant should start taking in trash as planned in April 2018. However, the trash may be shipped to a landfill temporarily and biofuels may not be produced from the trash right away as the biofuel processor isn’t scheduled […]

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Fiberight may not produce energy until March 2018

Fiberight may not produce energy until March 2018

July 27, 2017 |

In Maine, although Fiberight’s new MSW facility should be ready to accept waste by April 1 according to a new construction timeline, it won’t actually be able to begin processing the waste from more than 100 communities in the state until June when the technology is commissioned. And even then it could take until March […]

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Fiberight’s Maine facility to be online by April 1

Fiberight’s Maine facility to be online by April 1

July 24, 2017 |

In Maine, the Fiberight MSW-based biogas plant under construction in Hampden should be online by April 1, 2018, according to a new construction schedule agreed by the partners. Earthmoving began earlier this month while the foundations should be laid by fall. The $69 million project will convert all of the MSW from 115 communities in […]

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Fiberight hopes to close financing for Maine project in June

Fiberight hopes to close financing for Maine project in June

April 27, 2017 |

In Maine, Fiberight hopes to close on its financing for the planned MSW-to-biofuel plant planned in Hampden that is meant to process the waste of more than 100 communities in the state. Project promoters believe they can get the plant up and running within a year. The town’s Municipal Review Committee agreed to this week […]

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Fiberight breaks ground while PERC appeals permits decision

Fiberight breaks ground while PERC appeals permits decision

October 31, 2016 |

In Maine, Fiberight has broken ground on its MSW-to-ethanol facility despite the company allegedly having failed to secure all of its construction financing required. The company is still awaiting the final resolution of its appeal to finalize permits from the state’s department of environmental protection. Penobscot Energy Recovery Co., that currently processes the waste from […]

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