Indaver stands to make an extra €7.5m in Meath

Incinerator firm Indaver Ireland will make a profit of at least €7.5 million extra a year if it is granted a 33 per cent increase in the capacity of an incinerator it has planned for Co Meath.

7th January, 2006

Incinerator firm Indaver Ireland will make a profit of at least €7.5 million extra a year if it is granted a 33 per cent increase in the capacity of an incinerator it has planned for Co Meath.

Last week, Indaver said it would apply for planning permission to process up to 200,000 tonnes of hazardous waste a year at the site near Duleek.

Planning permission had previously been granted for up to 150,000 tonnes per year.

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