News of a new compost plant in Co.Tyrone hit the headlines in the middle of April. A massive £15 million investment in a new facility near Cabragh, between Dungannon and Ballygawley, was given the planning go-ahead by the newly functional Mid-Ulster “super-council.” The motive force behind the whole project is the Northway Producer’s Organisation. As one northern compost facility winds down, it seems another magically springs up. There could be a lot of life left in the old industry yet. We’ll just have to wait and see.
5/7/2015 3:27:54 PM Dear sir
we hereby invite middle east investor to built the first regional composting plant : with following attractions :
-zero competition .
-Raw material and trained staff of local origin .
- low production cost.
-huge markets in the region .
- Attractive benefits .
-ROI 36-48 MONTH .
- Production capacity 10000 - 100000 ton annually sell.
-products / compost phase III , IV , KITS , CANNED MUSHROOM AND SOIL FERTILIZERS ..... etc
www.memushroom.com . Mushroom Research Institute / mena , middle east