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City officials say that they were given about a three-week heads up that residential drop off at the plant would end on April 30. The city is directing residents to use the Lenox Waste Transfer Facility in the meantime.
As part of the sale process, Community Eco Power had to make sure all "qualified bidders" had an opportunity to outbid the current offer to buy the plant for $1 million. Alternative bidders had until April 1 to send their bids to the company.
If approved by a bankruptcy judge, a national company that boasts of capturing “value from waste” will take over and decommission a Pittsfield incinerator that has been a city landmark for two generations.
In a letter to employees, the head of Community Eco Power, said a sale of its Pittsfield facility may be in the offing. The future use of the 5.8-acre Hubbard Avenue plant could be as a transfer station.
The company that has owned Pittsfield's aging waste-to-energy facility on Hubbard Avenue for the last two years filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection at the end of last month. But those involved in the negotiations say Community Eco Power filed for bankruptcy to restructure its debt not close, and that the firm will continue to operate the plant.
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PITTSFIELD — To avoid possible transmission of the coronavirus, residential customers are banned until further notice from dropping off recycl…