Project draws energy from old fishing gear

gdt iconThrough a program called Fishing for Energy, the gear is collected in Gloucester and Rockport and trucked to Covanta’s Waste-to-Energy facility in Haverhill, where most of it — and other trash— is converted to energy while metal is collected and recycled. [email protected]

This is getting the attention of a few news outlets today, but it’s old news! We told you about this on July 30, 2013 – Feeding the Fire – Fishing for Energy Partnership Ports of Gloucester, MA  Martha’s Vineyard to Participate. This is a common occurrence. If you see it today somewhere else, there’s a good chance we told you about it days ago.

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