Cate Street to apply for permits for torrefied wood pellets project at Millinocket paper mill in Maine [From the web]

Cate Street to apply for permits for torrefied wood pellets project at Millinocket paper mill in Maine [From the web]

MILLINOCKET, ME, May 14, 2012 (Bangor Daily News) - The $35 million torrefied wood machine slated for Katahdin Avenue would be at least as quiet and odor-free as the paper mill it would go next to, a representative of its New Hampshire-based developer said Thursday.

Cate Street Capital project manager Dammon M. Frecker spoke publicly for the first time about his company's plans to apply within two weeks for state permits to start building the machine by early September. About 35 residents attended the Town Council meeting.



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