Silent protest over harbour incinerator plan

Opponents of plans for a €160m incinerator in Cork Harbour staged a silent protest yesterday as Prince Charles visited the harbour area.

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Campaigners against Ringaskiddy incinerator to hold protest during Royal visit

Campaigners against a proposed waste incinerator in Cork are to use the Royal visit to hold a protest.

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Cork Councillors seek return of incinerator levy

Cork county councillors are to ask the Government to reintroduce an incineration levy following a decision to grant Indaver planning permission for an incinerator in Ringaskiddy.

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Readers' Blog: TDs must ask questions of planning board

It is important to realise that whereas An Bord Planála is independent it is not unaccountable.

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Our failing system must be remade - Questions on planning process

When the incinerator proposed for Cork Harbour in 2001 was granted planning permission by An Bord Pleanála (ABP) last week it raised many questions, some deeply troubling, about the transparency of our planning process.

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Opinion: We will fight decision on incinerator

We are tired, we are disappointed, we are devastated, but we are a long way from broken.

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Indaver ‘open to dialogue’ on incinerator fears

Waste firm Indaver says it is open to dialogue with Cork Harbour residents about its controversial €160m incinerator project.

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Funds boost for Indaver incinerator challenge

Donations are pouring in to help fund a possible legal challenge to the controversial decision to grant planning for a €160m incinerator in Cork Harbour.

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Incinerator will ‘integrate successfully’ in harbour

A modern, well-designed, and well-run 240,000-tonne incinerator is compatible with and will “integrate successfully” with the range of existing uses in Cork Harbour, the State’s planning appeals board believes.

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A ‘kick in the teeth’ for local community

The Government and opposition have united in anger over An Bord Pleanála’s approval for an incinerator at Ringaskiddy, insisting the move is a “kick in the teeth” to a community playing a key role in the future of Cork City.

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GoFundMe campaign launched to raise €200k so fight against plan can continue

A GoFundMe campaign has been launched to help campaigners continue their near-20-year fight against controversial plans for an incinerator in Cork Harbour.

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Incinerator opponents vow to keep up fight

We may have lost this battle, but the war isn’t over yet.

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Ringaskiddy incinerator: A timeline in pictures

Here is a timeline of events regarding the Indaver incinerator from 2001 to 2018.

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Latest: Plans for €160m Ringaskiddy waste incinerator 'a kick in the teeth for the people of Cork'

Controversial plans to build a waste-to-energy incinerator in Ringaskiddy have been met with ''anger and frustration'' today.

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