Citing pressure from greens, Claremont incinerator bows out of turning trash into energy
Wheelabrator says the decision was a financial one and not influenced by critics who have long tried to have the plant shut down. The plant, which has about two dozen employees, pays the city about $275,000 a year in taxes and another $240,000 for water.
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