Detroit Free Press In some Michigan communities, burning tires are keeping the lights on. Power plants in cities such as Wyandotte and Grayling burn millions of tires each year to make electricity, with operators saying that tire-derived power is cheaper and cleaner than burning coal or wood alone. And by burning tire shreds, the plants […]
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