“You could be left with mountains of garbage,” Angel said.
Marcus questioned what kind of liability would be written into the contracts for the ratepayers and the city.
“There’s no idea until contracts are done,” he said. “What’s lacking here is any degree of transparency.”
Pyrolyzer’s brief history, that it has only developed or is in the process of developing a handful of plants minuscule in size when compared to the one proposed for Logansport and lack of emissions data were all further factors the panelists said should cause alarm bells to ring for citizens and city officials.
“They’re not asking questions I noticed in a matter of minutes,” Angel said.