BizTimes Morning Headlines: Green Bay revokes permit for trash-recycling energy plant

More than a year after approving a trash-recycling energy plant development, Green Bay aldermen have revoked a permit for the controversial project.

Bowing to vocal public opposition to the alternative energy concept, the City Council voted 7-5 on Tuesday to take action that could effectively kill the project. Several aldermen said they felt developer Oneida Seven Generations Corp. had misled the city about the proposed plant’s pollution and public health hazards. Read more in today’s BizTimes Morning Headlines.

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