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Incinerator could go carbon-negative

Tuesday 23 Mar 21 12:00pm

Litter is being stockpiled in the Fortum waste-to-energy plant in Oslo, Norway

 

A WASTE-TO-ENERGY  plant in the Norwegian capital could become one of the world’s first carbon-negative incinerators, pending a decision from the European Commission to fund a carbon dioxide capture facility there. Environmentalists, for their part, are yet to be convinced.

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