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(Atlanta Journal Constitution) — Discarded wood chips, grass clippings and cooking oil could bring money to DeKalb County and a new source of renewable energy to Georgia.  DeKalb gave the first approval Thursday for Green Energy Partners LLC to move forward with building a $50 million biomass plant in Lithonia. The company said its proposal calls for turning yard waste, fats, oils and greases into clean energy that could be used to power 7,000 homes.

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