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Thursday, November 11, 2010

Will smelly Hunts Point plant rise from the grave

The city forced the sewage-to-fertilizer plant on Oak Point Avenue to close its doors last summer after 16 years of nauseating smells. Now the same city agency that shut NYOFCo down is soliciting proposals for a new effort to process sewage sludge from all 14 city sewage plants.

And NYOFCo’s parent company is likely to compete for the new contract, a spokesman said.

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