German energy corporation Eon may withdraw from the waste incineration market. "We are currently contemplating the sale of Eon Energy from Waste AG," Eon spokesman Stefan Pursche told EUWID. However, it is an ongoing process with an open outcome, Mr Pursche emphasized. Eon Energy from Waste (EEW) operates 18 waste incineration plants across Europe, including one each in the Netherlands and Luxembourg, and directly owns 10 of them. In 2010, EEW 2010 posted a turnover of €539m.
Eon considers exit from waste incineration business
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