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Tests to be carried out on safety of blasting site

A cement manufacturer may have to scrap plans for a large quarry in east Meath, depending on the results of safety tests on a nearby gas pipeline.

21st May, 2005

A cement manufacturer may have to scrap plans for a large quarry in east Meath, depending on the results of safety tests on a nearby gas pipeline.

Blasting at the proposed Readymix quarry at Annagor near Duleek will take place 100 metres from a major Bord Gáis pipeline.

A Bord Gáis spokeswoman confirmed that, if planning permission is granted for the quarry, it would be granted on the condition that the gas company could...

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