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Cuomo takes issue with Romulus waste incineration plan (access required)

Following a rally in Albany denouncing a proposed waste incinerator in Romulus, Seneca County, Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday criticized the project, too. Cuomo called Circular EnerG’s plans to make power by transporting and burning municipal waste “simply not appropriate,” adding: “I'm confident that the Article 10 siting board will carefully consider these impacts and reject ...
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