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Brian Zoeller Addresses Push Back of Proposed Anaerobic Digester Facilities Construction in Louisville


Concerned about potential environmental risks and health hazards, Louisville Metro Councilwoman Mary Woolridge is urging community groups to join her in opposing two proposed anaerobic digester facilities, according to the Courier-Journal. Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP partner Brian D. Zoeller represents Nature’s Methane, which owns and operates both projects set to begin in Louisville that would work to transform food waste and other organic materials delivered from nearby businesses into renewable natural gas.

Zoeller told the publication that community concerns are being fueled largely by misinformation, and that he has been in touch with Woolridge to set up public forums and distribute information packets to residents about how the anaerobic digesters work. In response to Woolridge’s letter to community groups, Zoeller said, “We respect her decision and the company looks forward to meeting and discussing the project. Nothing has changed; we will continue to work with her.”

To read "Woolridge wants food hub’s methane plant halted," please visit the Courier-Journal website.

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