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Sydney port developer unveils “green” plans

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The developer behind the container port project in Sydney, N.S., is branching out into the green technology sector.

Sydney Harbour Investment Partners (SHIP) has entered a joint venture partnership with QCI, LLC, a Michigan-based company that claims to have developed clean technologies to convert municipal solid waste, waste plastic and scrap tires into fuels and other useful products.

The project involves the construction of a waste plastic-to-fuel facility within the Novazone logistics park, which is adjacent to the Sydney port.

SHIP CEO Albert Barbusci said inquiries from QCI and a couple of other technology firms got SHIP thinking about making the port a green industries centre. SHIP representatives visited QCI’s Michigan facility and liked what they saw.

Read more on Yahoo News.

Source: Yahoo News

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