Transload Formally Opens Its Landfill in Central Ohio

Date: December 5, 2007

Source: News Room

Innovative waste-by-rail company TransLoad America Inc. formally opened its 1,400-acre Central Waste Inc. landfill in Smith Township, Ohio. Transload, which acquired the facility in October 2006, hopes to complete infrastructure improvements by early next year that will allow it to operate as a balefill accepting shrink-wrapped baled waste via rail cars originating from the northeast. $45 million in revenue bonds issued by the Western Reserve Port Authority and the Mahoning county, allowed Transload to borrow at relatively low interest. In exchange, Transload will pay a 35-cent-per-ton host fee that is expected generate $196,000 in revenue for the county in the first year, growing eventually to $1 million annually.

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