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Biomass combustion plant may send tax payer’s money up in smoke

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The building of a Gainesville biomass combustion power plant have some saying the plants are not safe while others claim the plants are both safe and affordable. As Florida’s 89.1 WUFT-FM’s Corey Bachman reports, some believe these plants may emit harmful chemicals and pollutants which are linked to a variety of ailments.

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