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    Garvan Donegan, Central Maine Growth Council senior sconomic sevelopment specialist, left, and Greg Brown, Waterville city engineer, survey the landfill off Webb Road in Waterville. Plans are in development to use the site for a 20-megawatt solar farm that could power 3,750 homes.

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    Greg Brown, Waterville city engineer, left, reviews a site map of the Waterville landfill off Webb Road in Waterville with Garvan Donegan, Central Maine Growth Council senior economic development specialist. The site is under consideration as a solar farm.

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    Empty dumpsters owned by Pine Tree Waste Company occupy space at the Waterville landfill off Webb Road in Waterville. The City earns rent revenue for storing the containers while it determines if other revenue generating options are possible, such as a solar farm, currently under consideration.

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