The auditor’s office wants to investigate money that was spent on the plant and current plans for the proposed facility.
Denver Zoo announced in September it would discontinue, a least temporarily, plans for a $3.7 million biomass gasification system that turns animal waste into energy. Zoo officials say if the plant is built, it will not be on zoo grounds.
“The Zoo’s obstruction has increased the perceived risk to the City involved in this contract,” O’Brien said. “We have to wonder, what is it that the Zoo doesn’t want us to discover?” READ MORE
As the Denver Zoo pushes ahead on a $3.3 million City Park plant to convert elephant dung and other waste to power, neighborhood groups and city leaders are demanding details on air quality impact and safety. READ MORE
Dr. Paul Connett, Professor Emeritus in Environmental Chemistry at St. Lawrence University, Canton, NY. Dr. Connett addresses the health and safety concerns of waste to energy incineration as well as the benefits of ZeroWaste. This topic is timely in view … READ MORE
On Aug 8 2015 the INC Delegates passed a resolution concerning Denver City Park Solid Waste Incinerator, also known as gasification.
Inter-Neighborhood Cooperation calls upon
1.) the Denver Zoo to document relevant, substantive technical and operational details of its OSWI Incinerator and release this information to the public, and READ MORE
When the Denver Zoological Foundation went to City Council in December 2014 for approval of a $50 million “gasification” plant, the INC PARC sent the attached letter to some members of Denver City Council clarifying that INC had never taken a … READ MORE
The INC PARC (Parks And Recreation Committee) met April 21 at Brookdale, 2020 S. Monroe St . Present were co-chair Katie Fisher, Steve Fisher, Ray Ehrenstein, James Sample, Brad Cameron, Jay and Kathleen Rust, Greg Sorensen, Paula Kauffman, Diana Helper, … READ MORE