Detroit Incinerator - part #2

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The concept to build Detroit's incinerator arose in the mid 1980's amid serious concerns about future landfill capacity. Protesters and environmentalists unsuccessfully campaigned against its construction, protesting against perceived public health threats and environmental impacts. Due to unexpected debt, the facility has been a huge financial drain on the city, alleviated partially by steam sales and other revenue generated from the incineration process.


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