Consent given for £300m plant backed by Tata and E.On after lengthy public inquiry
A 60MW energy-from-waste plant in Cheshire backed by Tata Chemicals and E.On has been given government approval today following a year-long public inquiry. A Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC)...
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