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FLI investing €25.4m in waste-to-energy plant

Waterford firm FLI Environmental is finalising a stg£20 million (€25.4 million) investment for a waste-to-energy plant in Wales, with work on the project due to start early next year.

1st November, 2008

Waterford firm FLI Environmental is finalising a stg£20 million (€25.4 million) investment for a waste-to-energy plant in Wales, with work on the project due to start early next year.

Michael Flynn, founder and chief executive of FLI, said the firm planned to develop a series of similar projects through its subsidiary, 3NRGWasteManagement.

The Welsh plant will process 100,000 tonnes of waste a year, recovering recyclable elements and converting much of the remainder into energy...

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