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The city of Montreal, Canada is investing $167 million to establish a biomethanation plant for organic waste.

The plant, which will be built on the site of a former quarry, will cost $129.8 million for its design and construction. Its maintenance for the subsequent five years will cost another $37.2 million.

The city’s executive committee approved a five-year contract with Suez Canada Waste Services, which was the only bidder for the Montreal East plant.

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