Oneida Nation hopes to turn trash into power
The Oneida Nation of Wisconsin is in the early stages of a renewable energy project.

The tribe wants to convert garbage into electricity. The project would involve building a facility on tribal land to accept waste, potentially from a nearby transfer station.

"We're early in the process and are probably six to nine months away," Pete King of Oneida Seven Generations Corp. told The Green Bay Press-Gazette.

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Oneidas seek trash for energy project (The Green Bay Press-Gazette 9/30)

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