Two members of our ADAGE team sat down for an interview with radio station KMAS 1030 about the proposed Mason County biomass plant in Shelton County, Washington.
Jim Gaston, the Project’s Manager, and Tom DePonty, Director of Public Affairs for ADAGE, explained the project and answered questions about the plant, the woody debris that will be used as fuel and where it will come from, the emissions expected from the boiler, the plant’s expected water use and wastewater needs, whether the roads will handle the expected truck traffic, and how this proposed plant will impact the economy.
Listen to the interview. Learn more about biomass energy at the ADAGE Web site.
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