Category: Tire Pyrolysis

Part 3 Tire Pyrolysis – The Dangers That Are Inherent as Part of a Tire Pyrolysis Plan

Background: This document is part of a three-part series to discuss the waiver granted to the Auston company to build a combustible tire processing plan in a densely populated residential area that could impact residents from White Marsh and Kingsville to Aberdeen and Havre De Grace – an estimated 73,000 resident. Part 1 covers out…

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Part 2 of Tire Pyrolysis: The Harford County Zoning Appeal

Part 2.   The Harford County Zoning Appeal   Background: This document is part of a three-part series to discuss the waiver granted to the Auston company to build a combustible tire processing plant in a densely populated residential area that could impact residents from White Marsh and Kingsville to Aberdeen and Havre De Grace –…

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Part 1 – Our recommendation to Barry Glassman

Summary, Harford County Executive Barry Glassman and his zoning department granted a waiver to allow a Pyrolysis Plant in a CI district to Auston Transfer & Processing, LLC (Auston) at their current location.  This location is in a heavily populated area. Clearly, Mr. Glassman exercised poor judgment when allowing this to occur. I am astounded…

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Tire Pyrolysis introduction to a 3 part series

Dear Editor, The Baltimore Sun has written several articles about the proposed pyrolysis plant in Harford County. My wife and I recently learned about the plant and feel that this is a critical issue to all the residents of Harford County as well as Baltimore County. We have been investigating the pyrolysis process and its…

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