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January 7, 2014

No site yet for Seattle yard waste plant

  • Cedar Grove Composting has agreed to accept food and yard waste at its Maple Valley plant if PacifiClean's new facility isn't completed when the contract starts in April.
    Associated Press

    A company that won a bid to start trucking much of Seattle's food and yard waste east of the Cascade Mountains in April still hasn't told city officials where that plant will be located, but is looking outside Kittitas County after facing neighborhood opposition.

    PacifiClean Environmental is contracted to start hauling about 60 percent of Seattle's curbside food scraps and yard waste by April 1, under a $4 million-a-year contract signed last year.

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