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ReEnergy Epping
270 Exeter Road, Epping, NH 03833 (603) 679-2626

ReEnergy Epping

 

  • ReEnergy's Epping facility recovers wood and converts it into wood chips, which are used for biomass fuel

ReEnergy Holdings owns and operates two large construction and demolition waste and waste-wood processing facilities in New Hampshire that service eastern New England and metropolitan Boston. ReEnergy Epping, one of those facilities, is located in Epping, NH.

Epping is New Hampshire’s first state-of-the art construction and demolition material (C&D) recycling facility that handles a wide variety of material. Serving the greater Boston market, Epping accepts and recycles nearly all solid materials from construction and demolition activities.

A large percentage of the material recovered in the recycling process is converted to wood chips, which are sold to biomass power plants in New England or to facilities in Quebec that manufacture particle board.

The facility is an important corporate citizen in the region, as it provides direct jobs, indirect jobs associated with the use of the fuel supply, and additional jobs tied to local goods and services related to the facility.

Greg Leahey, Chief Operating Officer – Waste Services Division
Rich Geisser, Special Projects Manager
David DeVito, General Manager
Fred Bruneau, Environmental Compliance Manager
Mark Rising, Manager – Health & Safety

Facility fact: Reuses or recycles an average of 80% of C&D materials received

Permitted capacity: 250,000 tons per year

Facility accepts: Treated and untreated wood, asphalt shingles, concrete and brick, metal, insulation, wire, glass, carpet, cardboard, corrugated container board, plastics, appliances

270 Exeter Road
Epping, NH 03833
(603) 679-2626