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Sterling biomass facility accepting Sandy debris

The Sterling biomass facility operated by New York-based ReEnergy Holdings has diversified its fuel sources to take debris from Hurricane Sandy to burn for electricity.
The facility at Sterling Industrial Park previously only took tires and other waste materials to produce 200,000 megawatt hours of electricity annually but has expanded its fuel sources to include storm debris along with pallets, clean wood, and forest residues.
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