Greenpoint Energy Partners is developing the largest single-source municipal scale anaerobic digestion project in the country, in the City of Ansonia, Connecticut.
Greenpoint Energy Partners and The City of Ansonia are holding a public infomation meeting regarding the proposed Ansonia Organic Recycling and Energy Anaerobic Digestion Facility to be located at 72 North Division Street, Ansonia, CT
The public information hearing will be held on Wednesday, January 23rd at 6pm at:
The Aldermanic Chambers
253 Main Street
Ansonia, CT 06401
Prior to the meeting, interested parties may rsvp on weekdays with respect to attendance to: Chris Timbrell at (917) 903-3437 or email ctimbrell(at)greenpointep.com.
The agenda for the informational meeting will be:
1) General Introduction
2) Layout and Purpose of the Facility
3) Safety Features Associated with Facility Operation
4) Benefits Associated with the Facility
5) Questions and Answers
Greenpoint Energy Partners is developing the largest single-source municipal scale anaerobic digestion project in the country, in the City of Ansonia, Connecticut. Up to 50,000 tons of pre-processed food waste will be delivered annually, to be decomposed in an accelerated manner in a very large, air-tight vessel. The released methane is captured, and used to create electricity (up to 2 mega watts per hour, more than enough to power the entire City of Ansonia), while the residual waste will be used as a component to produce an organic compost (about 15,000 tons per annum) to be sold to various landscaping and horticultural enterprises.
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