Covanta is looking to sell its waste-to-energy facility on Hubbard Avenue in the coming months.
The company announced its intentions to sell both the Pittsfield and Springfield locations to an undisclosed buyer during a conference call with investors on Friday. The company expects the sale to be completed in the second quarter of this year. The sale comes after the company opted to close another facility in New Jersey.
As the climate becomes ever more volatile, storms have forced the evacuation of hospitals.
Massachusetts doesn't want to see that happen here. On Thursday, Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito announced $9.6 million in grant awards to nine hospitals to build "resiliency."
The technology is available. It is just a matter of the right policies and right actions to make it happen.
That is what a cvoalition of environmentalist believes when it comes the state becoming 100 percent powered by renewable energy. On Monday, local leaders and organizations joined for a summit to dive into the issues.