PLANS have been developed at the European Investment Bank to lend Denmark's second city Aarhus Euro 100 million to build a combined heat and power municipal incineration plant and also make improvements to its drinking water supply and waste water systems. The CHP plant would produce electricity for sale to the public grid and also heat the city's district heating system. The new incineration plant will be equipped with a flue gas cleaning system designed to keep emissions within national and EU standards.

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