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Proposed Oneida recycling plant moved to tribal land

4:04 PM, Jan. 30, 2013
Oneida Tribal Chairman Ed Delgado says he has questions about putting a proposed recycling plant on tribal land in Outagamie County.
Oneida Tribal Chairman Ed Delgado says he has questions about putting a proposed recycling plant on tribal land in Outagamie County.
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Defeated in a court battle over a site in Green Bay, an Oneida Tribe of Indians company has shifted its attention to a new spot in Outagamie County for a waste-to-energy recycling plant.

Oneida Seven Generations Corp. has unveiled plans for a plastic-recycling plant on tribal land in the town of Oneida, just west of the Brown County line.

As a facility for recycling plastic products only, the project would differ somewhat from a controversial Green Bay development that would have processed all types of household trash, converting the energy into electricity. ...

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