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Wind farm foes may be willing to accept Oneida plant

8:56 PM, Feb. 14, 2013
Residents in Morrison and surrounding areas of southern Brown County have been battling for years to keep out wind energy developments.
Residents in Morrison and surrounding areas of southern Brown County have been battling for years to keep out wind energy developments.
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Residents who have been fighting area wind farm developments might soon be asked if they would rather have a trash-recycling energy plant in their town.

Morrison officials say allowing Oneida Seven Generations Corp. to build its controversial recycling plant here could strengthen the town's hand in stopping wind energy projects.

The Oneida Tribe of Indians-owned company has been rebuffed elsewhere in seeking to build a facility to process household trash at high temperatures - a process known as gasification or pyrolysis - in a way that generates electricity. ...

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