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Stellar Energy Ltd on the New Providence Landfill
By Stellar Energy Ltd.
Jan 6, 2017 - 2:43:42 PM

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January 6, 2016

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Stellar Energy Ltd. is still very much interested in taking over operations at the New Providence landfill.

It is our intention, once approvals are granted, to mine that site and build a fully functional waste-to-energy plant. As part of our plan, the entire dumpsite would be remediated and sanitized, putting an end to obnoxious fumes from burning trash.

Since Renew Bahamas ceased management of the facilities, the hardworking staff of the Department of Environmental Health Services has taken over the day to day running of the landfill.

Contrary to reports, our company is in no way affiliated with Renew Bahamas or its previous management contract at that site.

Stellar Energy Ltd. has not walked away from plans for the site; in fact, our efforts to transform the landfill have only intensified.

We still believe The Bahamas would benefit tremendously from waste to energy technology, which would not only take care of the dumpsite, but also provide a much-needed boost to the energy grid.


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