March 24, 2015: A tiny island with major waste challenges, Hawaii is about to invest US$50 million in a new resource recovery facility. Will it set a new global benchmark?
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March 13, 2015: BioEnergy Hawaii LLC, a developer of waste treatment and alternative energy systems based in Kailua-Kona, HI, announced plans to construct a resource recovery facility on the island of Hawaii.
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March 13, 2015: A company owned by garbage hauler Pacific Waste Inc. is moving forward on long-held plans to build a waste conversion system in West Hawaii.
BioEnergy Hawaii LLC announced Thursday that it is negotiating for land near the West Hawaii Sanitary Landfill at Puuanahulu for a resource recovery site. The facility, planned for construction in 2016, would convert rubbish to recyclable commodities, organics and solid fuel.
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March 12, 2015:As the future of Hawaii County approach to solid waste remains up in the air, especially with the cancellation of a possible waste-to-energy facility in Hilo, one company is stepping up with a project that they say will “substantially reduce the amount of waste currently going directly into the landfill.”
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March 12, 2015: BioEnergy Hawaii LLC, a Kailua-Kona based developer of waste treatment and alternative energy systems, plans to build a $50 million facility on the Big Island that will divert about 70 percent of the solid waste destined for the landfill and convert it to recyclable materials, the company said Thursday.
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