Since the two properties abutt, seperated only by Ladd Brook, it would be easy to build an access road between the two. Then the pellet plant at the old sawmill could truck their waste material to the biomass plant.<quoted text>
A pellet plant could still be built at the old Northeast Wood Products site.
They seem to have quieted down. Either a bad sign or they realize they maybe peeing into the wind.
There are 22 comments on the Bennington Banner story from Feb 15, 2011, titled Beaver Wood defends permit Attorney: No need for Act 250; Act 248 covers everything we need. In it, Bennington Banner reports that:Attorneys for a Maine developer seeking to build a biomass plant and integrated wood pellet manufacturing facility at the former Green Mountain Race Track filed statements late Monday in response to comments calling for the project to go through two sets of major permits.
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Since: Jan 11
#21 Feb 18, 2011
#22 Feb 19, 2011
I don't think there will be enough material to warrant building a road. IF it were to happen, I bet the pellent plant at the old sawmill site would just truck it over using the existing roads.
Why wouldn't the pellet plant use the material to dry the pellets, heat the buildings, etc ?
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