“Minneapolis Burning” (Sept. 24-Oct. 2) was a riveting editorial that should shake every reader into action against the polluting HERC garbage burner in downtown Minneapolis. I couldn’t agree more that city decision makers should shut it down in the interest of cleaner air and public health. That garbage should be considered “biomass” and burned as “renewable energy” is a seriously flawed concept at a time of urgent need for pollution reduction and environmental justice for all people.
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