Recycler Plans $5.7 Million Solar Installation
Bayshore Recycling Corp. is installing a $5.7 million, 700 kilowatt solar system at its Keasbey, New Jersey headquarters. Bayshore, a large regional recycler of construction debris, will use the solar system to power a significant portion of its operations.
WorldWater & Power has been contracted for the installation.
“Selecting a non-polluting energy source was a natural decision for us,” stated Valerie Montecalvo, President of Bayshore Recycling. “Our entire mission is to reduce waste and improve the environment, so we are thrilled that WorldWater & Power will be building a state-of-the-art solar energy system to reduce our energy costs and provide sustainable, non-polluting power.”
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