By MARLA HASLIP
The State Journal
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Located on Grapevine Road adjacent to a well-established recycling center on 12 acres is a 55,000 square-foot building under construction that is designed to turn household and municipal solid waste into solid fuel.
The cost of the project by Entsorga West Virginia (EWV) is $19 million.
Emily Dyson is the director of science research and development for Biohitech Global, which has acquired 17.2 percent equity interest in Entsorga West Virginia.
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