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Waste firm abandons plan to build incinerators

One of the country’s biggest waste management companies has shelved plans to build two incinerators in a major setback to the government’s waste policy.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

@susmitchellsbp
31st March, 2007

One of the country’s biggest waste management companies has shelved plans to build two incinerators in a major setback to the government’s waste policy.

Indaver Ireland had planned to build incinerators in Meath and Cork. The company’s managing director John Ahern said the decision was due to the state’s failure to implement a national and regional waste policy.

He added that the failure meant that its proposed...

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