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Bedminster signs €117m US waste deal

Irish bioenergy technology company Bedminster International has signed a €117million agreement with WeCare Holdings of New York for a waste-treatment facility in the United States.

10th June, 2006

Irish bioenergy technology company Bedminster International has signed a €117million agreement with WeCare Holdings of New York for a waste-treatment facility in the United States. The deal involves a 20-year contract for treatment of municipal waste in the city of Marlboro MA.

According to Bedminster’s chief executive, Pearse O’Kane, the company’s patented bioenergy technology uses a biological process to convert biodegradable waste into a high quality compost, or biofuel for use in the production...

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