Wheelabrator – his bachelor pad

Johnson, Jim
March 2012
Waste & Recycling News;3/19/2012, Vol. 17 Issue 23, p0001
Trade Publication
The article focuses on Lou Demely, an 84-year-old tour guide in Wheelabrator Technologies Inc., a waste-to-energy plant. Demely states that various questions have been asked to him such as how hot are the furnaces, how many trucks dump trash on the site, and if there is body that were found in the trash. Demely says that electricity generated by the burners goes to the electric grid and goes to individual homes. It says that Demely is paid each day when he is on the site.


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