Board briefed about digester
Community digester advocates last week answered several questions posed by Lewis County legislators about the two-year-old project but indicated many others have yet to be answered.
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#1 Sep 12, 2010
The board is only getting one side of the story. They need to check with digester companies about the potential of smell. One should not trust one side of the story.
#2 Sep 13, 2010
Like checking out the cost to maintain vs. the benefit. From what I read to cost has been much higher than the benefit. What kind value is left in the end product. Do they really know?
#3 Sep 13, 2010
Undercover girl, will it smell like the Rodman Landfill? Is'nt technology great? The village of Lowville and it's resident better put up a stink now, or it's gonna stink later. Also, did not the Cornell Co-operative extension do a study a few years back? Did they not conclude that a digester would not be feasible? How can they now claim that it can be? Does the current study have a lot of flaws?
It's the planning office baby!!! They need to be able to rubber stamp something!!!!
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