A union official has explained the reason he believes Air Products pulled out of the development of two high profile energy-from-waste plants in northern England.
The plasma gasification system installed in Air Products Tees Valley 1 (TV1) facility eroded the gasifier walls through the combined action of heat and acids, according to GMB construction officer, Phil Whitehurst.
Whitehurst, told ENDS that tests had been "blowing big holes" in the ceramic lining of the gasifier stack. He alleged that the technology employed by Air Products had been flawed from the start.
Basically the concept works but the engineered it too big to be practical how I see things having multiple smaller sites around the country is much more practical and economic than having one large site and having to bring the waste from a far distance just my two pence worth
Please show the posting where I have stated I am an accountant? So wrong again. I highlighted the directors statement about there being no R&D expenses incurred in 2014 and 2015. It is you who needs to read posts and have a better understanding of financial and accounting matters.
Please read AIM rules concerning Related party transactions and Aggregation of transactions, watch this space.
A shareholder posting on a forum, their motives are understandable.
A negative poster (using 2 accounts to try and amplify their message) but claiming to have no financial position here: what is the motive behind posting negative comments, many of which don't make sense, day in day out?
Either they are lying and they do have a financial position, or they have one hell of a grudge against PHE.
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