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LCRSWA acquires Enercon property

The Lamar County Regional Solid Waste Authority has purchased the Enercon property in the local industrial park for use in char handling and related processes and products associated with its groundbreaking Waste to Energy (WTE) project. The property consists of 48.16 acres and two main buildings with a total of 80,768 square feet and has critical heavy rail access. More details and two videos inside: The authority paid $2 million for the property including all equipment, cranes, fork lifts, load banks and all furnishings. The building was purchased with funds LCRSWA approved through the Georgia Environmental Facilities Authority in lieu of constructing its initial building at the Cedar Grove landfill as originally planned. The WTE project is fully permitted and fully funded. I twill be one of the first commercial plants of its type to process and upgrade municipal solid waste via thermal conversion. It creates gas for heating, electricity, fuels or steam and a carbon rich char which is of great value in the plastics industry. The two videos below help further explain the WTE project.

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