November 27, 2009

Poolbeg Incinerator To Import Waste Using Dublin Docks

Guess why the proposed Poolbeg Incinerator is located beside a shipping dock?

DCC says the ships in its montages are for exporting ash.  So based on DCC's history of truthfullness about their third world Sandymount Dump obviously there's a strong possibility of a lie spin.    

Contracts in New Jersey are serious business.  The only way Dublin City Council can meet the conditions of the secret and thus possibly reckless contract they signed with New Jersey's Covanta outfit is by importing waste.  Otherwise the public servants or the IMF will possibly threaten to screw extort liberate a Ringsend Glass Bottle sized four hundred and fifty million Euro penalty from taxpayers (25 years at €18 million per year).  And Pontious Pilate in The Custom House can hardly intervene in planning as he conveniently claims to be  'restricted by the legislation' - which his Green-FF patriots control.

Irish Times: The Irish Waste Management Association report said a facility with a capacity of 250,000 to 300,000 tonnes per annum would be more than adequate to meet Dublin’s requirements until at least 2037.

Minister for the Environment John Gormley said this afternoon he was unable to intervene in planning decisions.


Even the gloriously clean Swedes have to import waste to keep incinerators financially above water.  Incinerators in Germany are so underfed that they have imported toxic waste from the mafia controlled incinerators in Southern Italy (not from New Jersey mafia).   Maybe you should avoid Mozzarella Cheese.  

The bosses of all the incinerators in the southern Italian region were arrested in a swoop.   According to The Rutgers Law Center Covanta has been fined for toxins releases at all of its NJ incinerators.  The Covanta incinerators paid token fines, far less than a Covanta executive's million dollar bonus.

Draw your own conclusions from this apparent strong-arm attempt by the hierarchy at Dublin City Council:

Dublin City Council has insisted the project will go ahead, warning that if it pulls out of a contract with private companies Covanta and DONG to develop the facility the taxpayer will lose millions of euro in a breach of contract lawsuit.
Strike or no strike, DCC's public-servants' pensions are protected from any penalties which may be caused by the curious contract. 

There is no clause in the strong-armed contract to pay for health services - its estimated incinerators cause a significant number of premature deaths [100,000 man-years of lost life each 15 years].

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