Marion County wants renewable energy status for burning trash as power revenue falls February 10, 2020

Salem Statesman Journal

“Renewable energy credits are meant to support new renewable energy projects, not an old, polluting facility from 1987,” said Damon Motz-Storey, of Oregon Physicians for Social Responsibility.

“Every dollar that would be spent giving a corporate handout to Covanta, a multinational company, would be a dollar not spent on clean technology, such as wind and solar energy projects that promote green, living-wage jobs and reduce our dependence on fossil fuels,” Motz-Storey said.

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