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Tech in bricks and mortar fields

With Grand Cayman on the cusp on revamping how it disposes of garbage – at the proposed ReGen waste-to-energy and recycling facility rather than at the long overused ‘Mount Trashmore’ landfill – technology will play a large role in both the construction and the operation of the plant.

Environment assessment terms for ReGen agreed; financing deal still pending

The government’s Environmental Assessment Board has concluded setting the terms of reference for an environmental impact assessment of the ReGen project, which will replace the George Town landfill.

George Town landfill: ReGen EIA draft terms released

The public can now access a draft consultation document that lays out the proposed terms of reference for an environmental impact assessment of the ReGen waste management system at the current site of the George Town landfill.

Dart to hold public meetings on ReGen EIA terms

The Dart-led consortium behind Cayman’s multi-million dollar waste management ReGen project at the George Town landfill will hold three public meetings next month to discuss plans for the site's environmental impact assessment.

The issue explained: Mount Trashmore landfill deal

The recently signed 25-year deal between Dart and the Cayman Islands government aims to transform the towering 'Mount Trashmore' into a facility where rubbish from all three islands will be incinerated and turned into electricity.

Government, Dart ink waste management deal

After years of negotiations, government and a Dart-led consortium signed on the dotted line today to move the multi-million dollar Integrated Solid Waste Management...

Premier: Final landfill contract likely before election

Premier Alden McLaughlin says a final contract between government and the Dart group on the future of the George Town landfill, which has been delayed for four years, is likely to be signed before the election in April.

EDITORIAL: The landfill saga continues – seemingly without end

The long wait continues, despite last year’s selection of a Dart group-led consortium to build and operate what officials like to call an “Integrated Solid Waste Management System” (or “ISWMS”) but what we’ll refer to as a “new landfill.”

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