Warsaw commits rest of sewer capacity to C2e

Carbon Cycle Energy, Inc. (C2e), a Colorado-based company, trying to get a $70 million biogas plant back on track, was granted a substantial sewer increase, up to 90% of plant capacity, to Warsaw.

Town Manager Scotty Summerlin and the town’s engineer recommended the increase approval after C2e signed off on agreements to pay for all related costs for the service flow including the cost to expand the town’s plant to cover the 250,000 gallons per day requested.

There was an extended discussion by the town council, on the risks of sewer spills and fines during an exceptional rainy year, and not having capacity to sell to other potential customers.

C2e has lost their initial funding source, and pressed for the increased permit to avoid further delays with their second source.

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