A dormant asphalt plant will reopen in Norwood following a 23-year hiatus, after the town ran out of maneuvers to block it. The Supreme Judicial Court rejected a town request to review an Appeals Court decision that gave Norfolk Asphalt the green light to go back into business, Norwood selectmen...
Author Suzanne Posted on March 29, 2014 Categories Land Use Tags air pollution Leave a comment on Asphalt plant opponents' appeal denied Author Suzanne Posted on March 19, 2014 Categories Land Use Tags air pollution, industry, Petaluma River Leave a comment on Critics of Petaluma asphalt plant proposal seek rehearing
After five years and a protracted court case, a dormant asphalt plant is coming back to life in Norwood despite the continued objections of town officials and neighbors who fought the project tooth and nail, and lost. Last week, the town’s selectmen begrudgingly approved a request by Norfolk Asphalt for a “Volatile and Inflammable Fluid’’ license that allows the company
Maymead plans to convert a rock crushing and recycling facility it is leasing at 5251 U.S. 421 South into a 300,000-ton-per-year asphalt plant. The property already holds a county HILU development permit for an asphalt plant that was issued in 2011 to the property owners, Johnny and Joan Hampton.
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