Waste firm ‘not against’ incineration levy

Waste management firm Indaver Ireland has given a guarded welcome to Minister for the Environment John Gormley’s plan to introduce a levy on waste going to incineration.

8th January, 2011

Waste management firm Indaver Ireland has given a guarded welcome to Minister for the Environment John Gormley’s plan to introduce a levy on waste going to incineration.

The company, which plans to build major incinerator plants in Cork and Meath, said that it was ‘‘not against waste levies’’ being imposed on waste-to-energy (WTE) plants.

However, it said that the public debate over Gormley’s planned legislation, which concentrated on the...

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