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Published on May 29, 2008
Detroit's trash-to-energy incinerator has been the center of debate recently because of a decision that must be made to continue its operation or move to a new business model for solid waste. Capable of burning up to 4000 tons of trash per day, the Detroit garbage incinerator is the largest of its kind in the nation. After nearly 20 years of operation, the Greater Detroit Resource Recovery Authority will have to decide its fate by June 1, 2008.