What a waste!

Earlier, we reported Andrew Wilkinson had registered to represent Covanta Energy Corp. on the same day the government told the media it would be rolling out its new bioenergy strategy. But he's not the only former Campbell administration insider lobbying on behalf of a company that might be interested in that strategy. The lobbyist registry indicates former attorney general Geoff Plant has signed-up to assist Plasco Energy Group Inc. in "developing facilities in BC." Plasco, "a private Canadian waste conversion and energy generation company based in Ottawa, Canada" owns and operates facilities that use a proprietary "world-leading technology to convert municipal household, commercial or industrial waste into green power and other valuable products." This, according to the company's Website.

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