Lystek International has announced plans to set up a public advisory committee in a bid to improve communications with local residents about its plans to build a waste to fertilizer plant in Dundalk.
“Lystek is committed to earning the trust of the local communities in which we operate. We believe everyone has a right to be well informed about our activities every step of the way,” said Rick Mosher, Lystek International’s chief executive officer in a media release made public late Thursday afternoon.
The formation of the public advisory committee is an interim measure that Lystek is undertaking on a voluntarily basis as part of its efforts to establish and maintain a higher degree of transparency about the Organic Materials Recovery Centre.
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