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Solicitud de permiso para la instalación de Bioenergy Devco, LLC: Actualización para reflejar el cambio en las emisiones para el Permiso de aire y para destacar que existe documentación actualizada de respaldo disponible para los Permisos de agua

Tenga en cuenta que este Aviso legal refleja un cambio en las emisiones anuales por aire para los óxidos de nitrógeno (NOX) para el RTO desde 0.307 toneladas por año a 1.104 toneladas por año. El límite revisado de emisiones de NOX no tiene un impacto en los modelos a corto plazo ni en la

Aplikasyon Pèmi Sant Bioenergy Devco, LLC —Mizajou pou reflete chanjman emisyon pou Pèmi Lè epi pou Note Dokimantasyon Sipò Aktyalize Disponib pou Pèmi Dlo

Tanpri note Notifikasyon Legal sa reflete yon chanjman nan emisyon lè anyèl pou oksid nitwojèn (NOX, an anglè) pou RTO a soti nan 0.307 tòn pa ane pou ale nan 1.104 tòn pa ane. Limit emisyon NOX (oksid nitwojèn) revize a pa gen enpak sou modelizasyon a kou tèm oubyen evalyasyon aplikabilite reglemantè ki te

Bioenergy Devco, LLC Facility Permit Application — Updated to Reflect Emissions Change for Air Permit and to Note that Updated Supporting Documentation is Available for Water Permits

An updated notice regarding the applications from Bioenergy Development Company for a project at the Bioenergy Innovation Center, at 28338 Enviro Way, in Seaford.

Bioenergy Devco, LLC, Facility Permit Application

Bioenergy Development Company has applied for air quality, waste management and wastewater management permits for a project at the Bioenergy Innovation Center, at 28338 Enviro Way, in Seaford.

Yard Waste Drop-Off Sites

Yard waste is banned from all Delaware landfills. The best way to handle most yard waste is to compost or mulch it on-site. Larger items may need to be handled at a commercial composting site. Many Delaware trash haulers offer yard waste service, and landowners can also take their yard waste to


What would you rather grow? A rich backyard garden? Or a an ever-expanding landfill down the road? By composting your yard waste and kitchen scraps, you can reduce the amount of waste that you are feeding to the landfill and at the same time produce food for your yard and garden that is as good

Yard Waste

Yard waste is plant material that comes from lawn maintenance and other gardening and landscaping activities. This includes grass clippings, leaves, prunings, brush, garden wastes, Christmas trees, and tree limbs up to four inches in diameter. Yard waste was banned for disposal from all Delaware landfills as of 2007. [column md=”5″ xclass=”col-xs-12