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Cardiff incinerator to go ahead

Waste management company Viridor has confirmed that its planned £150M energy-from-waste project in Cardiff will go ahead.

In an interim management statement today, parent company Pennon Group said: “The company has … decided in principle to proceed with the financing, construction and operation of a 350,000t energy from waste plant in Cardiff.

“The new project will provide a robust and deliverable bid for Prosiect Gwrydd (Project Green), a South Wales local authority consortium residual waste procurement.”

The project has been given permission by both the Environment Agency and Cardiff Council.

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