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Waste company facing court makes €6m profit

A waste management company controlled by Dublin businessman Tony Dean, who has been charged with illegal dumping in Wicklow, made a pre-tax profit of more than ���6 million last year.

8th July, 2006

A waste management company controlled by Dublin businessman Tony Dean, who has been charged with illegal dumping in Wicklow, made a pre-tax profit of more than €6 million last year.

Turnover at Dean Waste, which trades as A1 Waste, increased by more than 15 per cent to €27million in the financial year to the end of July 2005, according to accounts just filed. A1 Waste is one of the largest waste management companies in the country.

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