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Oneidas to keep fighting for Green Bay alternative energy project

7:23 AM, Mar. 12, 2013  |  Comments
Opponents of the Oneida Seven Generations plant concept demonstrate outside a December 2011 hearing on the proposal in downtown Green Bay.
Opponents of the Oneida Seven Generations plant concept demonstrate outside a December 2011 hearing on the proposal in downtown Green Bay.
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The court fight over an alternative energy development on Green Bay's west side might not be finished.

Oneida Seven Generations Corp. said Monday it would appeal a court ruling that the company misled city officials about its gasification plant proposed at 1230 Hurlbut St.

Brown County Circuit Judge Marc Hammer ruled Jan. 9 that city officials properly repealed a permit because of the alleged misrepresentations.

In a statement Monday, Oneida Seven Generations said it "remains convinced" that the trash-recycling project would help the economy, create jobs and benefit the environment.

The plant would process household trash at high temperatures in a way that would divert waste from landfills and create a new source of electrical energy. Critics liken it to an incinerator and say it would harm the environment.

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