360 Recycling wrapping up construction of two 21-MW projects

360 Recycling Inc. on April 21 requested Federal Energy Regulatory Commission acceptance of its initial tariff, under which it will engage in wholesale sales of electric energy at market-based rates, the grant of certain blanket approvals, and waiver of certain Ccommission regulations.

The applicant is a Georgia company with its principle place of business in Atlanta, Georgia. 360 Recycling is wholly-owned by its president, Mr. Cordell Brown-El. 360 Recycling and Cordell Brown-El are not engaged in any other business in the energy industry.

360 Recycling is constructing two 21-MW cogeneration plants utilizing plasma gasification and solar energy: one located in Lithonia, Georgia, which is called the Latimer Facility; and the other located in Independence, Ohio, which is called the Tolliver Facility. The April 21 filing shows an expected in-service date of April 19 of this year for both projects.

Company contact information is: C. Brown-El, 360 Recycling Inc., 375 Rockbridge Road, Bldg 172, Suite 107, Lilburn, GA 30047, Ph: (770) 744-7962, Cordell@360recyclinginc.com.

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