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A poultry waste recycling facility near Georgetown has received a height variance from the Sussex County Board of Adjustment. At its May 6 meeting, the board voted 5-0 to allow a variance from the maximum height of 42 feet allowed in AR-1, agricultural-residential, zoning to 75 feet.

Demetrius Kaouris, the developer’s attorney, said the 33-foot variance was needed in order to build and enclose two nutrient-recovery tanks at the CleanBay Renewables 490,000-square-foot facility near the intersection of Route 113 and Breasure Road south of Georgetown.