Trash to Gas

Brew Works co-owners (from left) Rich and Jeff Fegley stand in line to speak at the Allentown Council meeting. Allentown residents pack city hall during the Allentown City Council meeting Wednesday night where they will vote once more on the $35-million waste-to-energy plant in Allentown. Advocates expect that despite a rejection last month of the binding contract with New Jersey company Delta Thermo, this time it will pass.
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( APRIL BARTHOLOMEW / THE MORNING CALL / March 7, 2012 )

Brew Works co-owners (from left) Rich and Jeff Fegley stand in line to speak at the Allentown Council meeting. Allentown residents pack city hall during the Allentown City Council meeting Wednesday night where they will vote once more on the $35-million waste-to-energy plant in Allentown. Advocates expect that despite a rejection last month of the binding contract with New Jersey company Delta Thermo, this time it will pass.

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