Indaver operate an Incinerator in Meath and have planning permission for another in Cork Harbour
The Dutch company Indaver operates an incinerator in Duleek, Co. Meath and have lodged planning permission for another incinerator in Cork Harbour. In light of this the explosion of their plant in Netherlands today has significance for us here.
60 firefighters rushed to control an explosion at Indaverís flagship Antwerp facility today (26 Feb 2016) in what was described by local fire services as a Ďmunicipal disasterí as they shut down the nearby road tunnel and requested residents close doors and windows.
The explosion, the cause of which is not yet clear, started in a storage bunker. According to Indaver themselves it was a violent explosion followed by three fires. It took almost 4 hours to get completely under control. See video below.
Videos and photos captured by locals show the explosion and enormous plume
The explosion provides damning evidence that:
If you have not objected, you can do so now on http://www.chasecorkharbour.com/objection or directly to An Bord Pleanala.
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