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Damages of £54m demanded as EfW performance questioned

A Welsh Council has issued a £54 million writ against two subsidiaries of the Currie & Brown Group responsible for a due diligence report for investors on the Crymlyn Burrows materials recovery and energy centre (pictured).The money represents damages which, according to Neath Port Talbot Council corporate director Will Watson, were a result of the energy from waste facility not performing to its contractual performance targets.The £32 million plant, near Neath, ...