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One Man's Trash is Another Man's... Business? (VOA On Assignment July 19)i
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July 19, 2013 1:47 PM
On Assignment's Martin Secrest interviews VOA Midwest Correspondent Kane Farabaugh about his story on a U.S. man creating a recycling facility entirely out of recycled materials. Paul Wever's company, Chip Energy, will use the facility to convert wood waste into mulch, fuel and other products. Wever says he hopes the project will set an example for other biomass recycling centers and help build a sustainable planet.

One Man's Trash is Another Man's... Business? (VOA On Assignment July 19)

Published July 19, 2013

On Assignment's Martin Secrest interviews VOA Midwest Correspondent Kane Farabaugh about his story on a U.S. man creating a recycling facility entirely out of recycled materials. Paul Wever's company, Chip Energy, will use the facility to convert wood waste into mulch, fuel and other products. Wever says he hopes the project will set an example for other biomass recycling centers and help build a sustainable planet.