Covanta ditches plan for £400m waste-to-energy plant

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Only two Welsh waste-to-energy plants remain in running after plans for Merthyr Tydfil project are shelved

Covanta Holding Corp has scrapped plans for a controversial £400m waste-to-energy plant in South Wales, claiming the region's fragmented approach to planning issues has made the plant "unviable". The...

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