The company that built an innovative plant to convert landfill gas into natural gas for local consumption has gone broke.
According to a legal notice published last week, the facility owned by Winder Renewable Methane LLC at the Oak Grove Landfill will be sold at public auction at the Barrow County courthouse on May 4. The company defaulted on a $9.5 million debt.
The limited liability company is affiliated with Renewable Solutions Group LLC, which also is apparently out of business. The owner of the company, David Wentworth of Pennsylvania, could not be reached.
A spokesman for owner of the landfill, Republic Services Inc., said the foreclosure would not affect the operation of the landfill gas conversion facility that is the first of its kind in Georgia and has received national recognition.
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