Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Trash disposal finale?

Haven't even read it yet... here's the Luther Turmelle's piece on the Covanata / CRRA situation.

The Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority and Covanta Energy, which operates the quasi-public agency’s trash-to-energy plant in Wallingford, struck an eleventh-hour deal Tuesday in which Covanta will take over ownership of the plant without any money changing hands.

The agreement, which the two sides reached late Tuesday afternoon, calls for CRRA to give up its right to purchase the plant in return for guaranteed access for the agency and its member communities to bring trash to the plant to be burned. In return, Covanta agrees to end litigation against CRRA regarding the plant acquisition process.

Tim White

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