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US firm cuts spending on Poolbeg incinerator

The US energy firm behind the planned Poolbeg incinerator in Dublin is curtailing spending on the €300 million project as the ‘‘regulatory process to date has not progressed as expected’’.

24th April, 2010

The US energy firm behind the planned Poolbeg incinerator in Dublin is curtailing spending on the €300 million project as the ‘‘regulatory process to date has not progressed as expected’’.

Covanta started work on the project late last year, but is waiting for a foreshore licence to be issued for the project, which is opposed by John Gormley, the Green Party Minister for the Environment.

In a briefing to analysts last...

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