On December 16, Gossips reported about a proposal to incinerate trash from Connecticut in the cement kiln at the Lafarge plant in Ravena: "Connecticut Garbage in Upstate New York." Three days later, on December 19, Hudson Valley 360 picked up on the story: "Connecticut's trash may be headed for Lafarge." Two days after that, on December 21, WAMC reported the story: "Connecticut May Send Trash to Southern Albany County." Today, December 26, in an ad that appears in the Albany Times Union, David Fletcher. manager of the Lafarge plant in Ravena, denies that there is any such plan in place and asserts that Mustang Renewable Power Ventures named the Lafarge plant as a partner in their proposal without the consent of Lafarge.
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Thanks to Virginia Martin to bringing this to our attention