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 for completion until June and a completely functional plant won’t be ready until March 2019. The pressure is now on for Fiberight as a new master waste supply agreement says if Fiberight isn’t ready to at least accept trash by April 2018, then it will be responsible for liquidated damages.

Fiberight’s plant will convert organic waste into biofuels like biomethane and separate recyclables to be sent off to recycling facilities.

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