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Union concerned about public-private deal for biosolids plant in Sudbury

Greater Sudbury city council will be voting on a $60 million public-private partnership that would see a Toronto-based company build and operate a plant to process the city's sludge. Rick Leroux of CUPE local 4705 is concerned about the deal.

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