Gears turning again at RRA facility

The waste-to-energy plant run by the public authority, Resource Recovery Agency (RRA), experienced a downfall this past June when its turbine went offline. The turbine produced income by generating electricity from the steam outputted by burning trash. The nearly three and a half months that the turbine was down resulted in loss of roughly $1 million in revenues. This caused trembles in Dutchess County government since by law RRA losses are met by taxpayer subsidies.

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