The Savannah Waste-to-Energy Facility (the Facility) is a mass burn waste-to-energy facility with a processing capacity of 624 tons per day. The Facility commenced commercial operation in 1987, as a public-private partnership with the Resource Recovery Development Authority for the City of Savannah, Georgia. In April 2002, Montenay took over operation of the Facility from Katy-Seghers, continuing the established partnership Katy-Seghers had with the City of Savannah. This paper presents a case study of a successful change in operator for a waste-to-energy facility, detailing the hurdles crossed transitioning operation of the Facility to Montenay.
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