Good Work by the DAILY PAPER on Dynamis and the application for a waste to energy plant at the Ada landfill. It looks like it is quickly evolving into a regional tire disposal plant and within 5 years “tipping fees” at the dump will also go to Dynamis.
In other Dynamis news, the Idaho Falls Post Register newspaper has confirmed a previous GUARDIAN story about a proposed Southeast Idaho trash to energy project touted by Dynamis Energy.
The plan called for a consortium of counties to gather trash and deposit at a site in Clark County. Our sources told us last month it was doomed to failure and they were exploring a bio-diesel process that was more energy efficient than burning solid waste.
The Post register quoted two local County Commishes:
“We’ve worked with Dynamis over two years, and we were hopeful about the project,” Madison Commissioner Jon Weber said. “But we are slowly losing hope and have begun to explore other options.”
Weber said the commission believes the project should be further ahead than it is.
Fremont Commissioner LeRoy Miller agrees.
“We are very uncertain if it’s going to go forward or not,” Miller said. “In the meantime, we have to look at other options.”
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