City of Cleveland to host Community Meetings on proposed CREG Center

CLEVELAND – On Thursday, January 19, 2012 Cleveland Public Power Commissioner Ivan Henderson will lead the first of a series of Community Meetings on the City of Cleveland’s proposed Cleveland Recycling and Energy Generation Center (CREG).

Commissioner Henderson will be joined by Ron Owens, Commissioner of the Division of Waste and Jenita McGowan, Chief of Sustainability for the City of Cleveland to offer insight on the plans proposed for the Ridge Road Transfer Station.

The panel will offer a presentation outlining the project followed by a question and answer period.

Residents wishing to submit comments to the Ohio EPA regarding the draft air permit, please submit them to David Hearne, Cleveland Division of Air Quality, 75 Erieview Plaza, Suite 200, Cleveland, Ohio 44114. The current deadline for submission is January 23, 2012. If the deadline is extended, the City of Cleveland will send additional notices announcing the extension.

The City will also host a meeting on January 26, 2012 from 6-9 p.m. at the Zelma George Recreation Center, 3155 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.

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Filed under City of Cleveland, Cleveland Public Power, Community Outreach, curbside recycling, Energy Generation, fuel pellets, Gasification, landfill space, Material Recovery Center, Municipal Solid Waste, Municipal Solid Waste to Energy, Renewable Energy Sources, Truck Traffic

2 responses to “City of Cleveland to host Community Meetings on proposed CREG Center

  1. Ed

    Nice to see a post about this, but you left off where and when the meeting will be held on the 19th?

    On an issue this volatile, you cannot afford to make mistakes like this.

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