New York & Jersey trash fuels plant upstream of Lexington: Herald-Leader Posted: June 29, 2001
Plans to build a $500 million power plant in southeastern Clark County drew questions about the plant's potential effect on the environment and employment at a public meeting last night.
Global Energy USA officials say the plant will be fueled by a mix of Kentucky coal and municipal waste brought in by rail from out of state. The waste would come in the form of pellets of compacted, shredded trash from New York and New Jersey. Read the article here.