It was established to make money from cow dung, but Irish firm Agcert has just gone bust with debts of almost €50 million.
A liquidator was appointed last week to Agcert International, a Dublin-based company that removed methane from cow's waste using advanced biotechnology. It focused on markets in Central and South America.
However, it has been hampered by the global recession and a falloff in demand. Kieran Wallace, the head of insolvency with KPMG...
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