New Jersey company takes CT garbage contracts from CRRA

Jan 9th, 2012 | By | Category: Business, Recycling

Covanta Energy Corp. has wooed four more Connecticut municipalities — and their garbage — away from the Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority.

The New Jersey-based company, which operates trash-to-energy plants in Wallingford, Bristol and Preston, said it has signed contracts to accept trash from Guilford, Madison, East Hartford and Newington. James Regan, a spokesman for Covanta, said the contracts are scheduled to start at various times in 2012, and the communities are paying about $60 per ton to dump their garbage at the company’s three Connecticut facilities as well as one in Springfield, Mass.

via Guilford, Madison dump CRRA for private N.J. trash company- The New Haven Register – Serving New Haven, Connecticut.

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