Published on March 24th, 2012 | by Glenn Meyers
NYC to Build Wind and Solar Farm on Old Dump Site
Having written recently about waste-to-energy (WTE) programs at landfills worldwide, this item from Clean Technica about a planned wind and solar farm on an old New York City dump fits the picture. Best of fortune launching this renewable energy concept, and many more like around the world. We need an abundance of this kind of planning to build the sustainability footprint.
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