A ‘green’ energy project leaves a Mississippi town gasping for air

Published December 20, 2021

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The Huffington Post quoted Holly Jean Buck about how a Mississippi town is having air quality problems caused by a wood mill that was established to help with green energy. Limited biomass energy could be useful, such as in California, where dead trees in drought-stricken forests need to be cleared anyway to reduce the harmful effects of wildfires, said Buck. “The best case for biomass is waste biomass,” Buck said.

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