Materials recovery facility set for Montgomery, Ala.
Jul 19, 2013 | 03:12 PM
| Nathan Laliberte
NEW YORK A new materials recovery facility (MRF) in Montgomery, Ala., could eliminate up to 85 percent of the waste headed to the citys landfill, according to Sunrise, Fla.-based Infinitus Energy Corp., which is overseeing the construction of the $35-million facility.
"The United States produced approximately 250 million tons of waste in 2010. The exponential increase in waste over time creates a sustainability crisis if we dont dramatically alter the current waste model," Kyle Mowitz, chief executive officer and founder of Infinitus, said in a statement. "Infinitus Energy is delivering an economical big picture solution to the multiple problems facing our....
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