Thursday February 20, 2020

Burning issues in Ringaskiddy

Indaver claims that new documents support its position that it should be allowed to develop a waste incinerator at Ringaskiddy in Cork, writes John Burke.

18th December, 2011
Ringaskiddy in Co Cork, with Haulbowline and Cobh in the background. Photo: Michael MacSweeney/Provision

John Ahern, managing director of Indaver Ireland, said he had good reason to be surprised when An Bord Pleanála decided during the summer to refuse to grant the company permission for a two-line incinerator at Ringaskiddy in Cork.

That surprise, Ahern said, was based on a document which Indaver received from the planning body in early 2010 and which is part of a large dossier likely to play a significant part in a...

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