Gary Varisto of C&V Logistics thought he had a great idea that would help the environment and create jobs at the same time. What he thought to be waste paper that could be pelletized into a burnable fuel that would create electricity instead turned out to be trash from Manhattan. He already had interest in the product from Cadillac Renewable Energy to use his product. Now the trash sits at Seng Dock & Trucking waiting to be disposed. Varisto doesn't have the funds available to pay for the trash removal. He had already invested $160,000 in the pelletizing equipment and his dreams of generating jobs and electricity with waste paper have been dashed.
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