Public Meeting – Thursday, June 13, 2019 7:00 p.m.
The Duchaine Boulevard expansion project will be a center for processing and technology development–a campus for recycling as well as the production of green energy. The facility houses technology for solar energy, green energy production, and recycling recovery. Some of the recycling and recovering processes that are done in this facility include de-baling, optic color-sorting, and grinding. The solar energy that is generated at the facility reduces energy costs and fossil fuel consumption for energy, ultimately resulting in decreasing our carbon footprint.
This meeting is to discuss specifically the recent Phase One approval for the Parallel Products New Bedford, MA expansion and what this represents.