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Eastern Panhandle officials tour plant that will turn solid waste into fuel


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John Decker, a director of Entsorga West Virginia, talks to state Sen. Charles Trump, R-Morgan, on Friday how the waste-to-solid fuel conversion facility will operate when up and running. in the first quarter of next year.
(Journal photo by Jim McConville)

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Turning trash into money is no longer a pipe dream.

Entsorga West Virginia will start turning tons of solid waste into usable fuel beginning the first quarter of next year, executives said.

On a cold and rainy Friday morning, 12 Eastern Panhandle officials, dressed in hard hats and boots, got a bird’s eye view of the Entsorga West Virginia waste-to-solid fuel plant under construction on Grapevine Road.

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