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Court says Northern Ireland scheme 'unfair'

Local authorities across Northern Ireland have been forced to put plans for expansion of an organic waste recycling scheme on hold after a court ruled that the letting of a key contract had been conducted unfairly. In what is being viewed as a landmark case, Arc 21 a local government body representing 11 councils has been told to reconsider its decision to grant business worth £74.5m to Terra Eco, a subsidiary of Thames Water Group. The deal is understood to be Northern ...

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