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Lough Neagh incinerator campaigners win judicial review

The group opposing a chicken waste incinerator at Glenavy has been granted leave for a judicial review of the decision not to hold a public inquiry into the planning application. Last month, the Environment Minister Edwin Poots, announced his intention … Continue reading

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Chicken Waste Protest Targets Shops

An environmental group has challenged representatives of NI’s top supermarket chains to put their position on the proposed Moy Park chicken waste incinerator to a public meeting in Glenavy this week. Following the recent statement by Stormont Environment Minister Edwin … Continue reading

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Moy Park’s Brazilian owners make

The owners of Moy Park, NI’s largest poultry processor recorded a profit of £18.3m, just 12 months after making a £38m loss. The figures were revealed in a financial report filed at Companies House in Belfast by food giant, Marfrig. … Continue reading

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CALNI warns INVEST NI to halt

Following on from court proceedings aimed at stopping what local people are now dubbing ‘The Moy Park Incinerator’, CALNI has sent Invest NI a legal letter warning them to withhold a proposed combined £100 million funding package for the project … Continue reading

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Planning permission for Rose Energy challenged by CALNI

A campaign group has asked for a judicial review of the decision to allow a multi-million pound chicken waste plant to be built near Glenavy. The Communities Against the Lough Neagh Incinerator (CALNI) claims planning procedures were not properly followed. … Continue reading

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