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Out-of-state partnership chosen to redevelop Hartford waste facility

State energy officials have selected a $229 million proposal from two major construction firms to redevelop Hartford’s trash-to-energy plant, which processes about one-third of Connecticut’s garbage, generating enough electricity to power 35,000 homes a year.
A proposal from a partnership called the Sacyr Rooney Development Team -- made up of Spain-based Sacyr and New York-based Manhattan Construction Group (owned by Florida-based Roone ...

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