By Tim Kowols
In an effort to be as transparent as possible, Kewaunee County has unveiled a Web site has dedicated to the current progress of a proposed biogas plant in the area. The Web site, linked to the county’s page, features press releases, emails, and meeting transcripts on the estimated $20 million project aimed at converting liquid manure into a renewable energy source and improving groundwater quality. Kewaunee County Board Chairperson Robert Weidner says with a project that has been short on details so far, no one should be left in the dark.
The state biogas plant project Web site will be updated as new material is available. Weidner does not expect a whole lot of new details to come out until after proposals are returned May 1.