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This page contains lists of, and links to, the exhibits presented at the DNREC Public Hearing regarding the Bioenergy Innovation Center Project (Docket #2022-P-MULTI-0012) on Oct. 26, 2022. The exbibits are presented in order, by entity, starting with the three DNREC Divisions and finishing with the exhibit submitted by the applicant. Public
Bioenergy Development Company, LLC (BDC), proposes to expand its Bioenergy Innovation Center, in Seaford, to produce renewable natural gas from organic wastes. The project will require multiple permits from the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC).
Community Workshop Wednesday, Sept. 28,
Magnus Environmental Corporation has applied for a modification to their permit to operate a resource recovery facility at 220 Marsh Lane, in New Castle.
Magnus Environmental has applied for a resource recovery permit to process and manage a maximum of 40 tons per day of end-of-life tires at their facility located at 220 Marsh Lane, New Castle.