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N.C. plant converts poultry litter to biomass energy

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BOSTON — Veolia Energy Operating Services LLC has been awarded a $9 million annual contract to manage a cogeneration plant that converts poultry litter (waste) and wood chips into biomass energy — diverting up to 285,000 tons of poultry waste a year, while providing a renewable recycling solution for the poultry industry.

The contract is in association with North Carolina Renewable Power-Lumberton LLC, a subsidiary of Georgia Renewable Power (GRP).

Located in the heart of the "American Broiler Belt," North Carolina is home to a large-scale poultry production industry. Historically, poultry growers have applied chicken manure to their fields. . .

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