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Wood-burning plants gain power

Concerns voiced on scale, pollution

Developer Bill Hull of Russell Biomass hopes to build one of the largest wood-burning facilities in the region generating electricity for public use, at this site in Russell.
By Naila Moreira
Globe Correspondent / August 5, 2006

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RUSSELL -- With electricity usage breaking records in New England, an old fuel is making a comeback as a relatively clean way to generate power -- wood. (Full article: 1110 words)

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