Foy Group's plastics-to-fuel factory not supported by ACT government

By Kirsten Lawson
Updated May 8 2017 - 11:48am, first published 11:27am
PLANS UNLIKELY: Foy Group's Bevan Dooley and Stuart Clark at the site in Hume in January. The company said it was disappointing Australia was not more advanced in technology innovation. Photo: Rohan Thomson
PLANS UNLIKELY: Foy Group's Bevan Dooley and Stuart Clark at the site in Hume in January. The company said it was disappointing Australia was not more advanced in technology innovation. Photo: Rohan Thomson

An ACT government health panel set up to investigate a plastics-to-fuel factory at Hume has effectively killed off the plan, warning it poses too many risks from unproven technology.

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