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By Brian Warner.A joint venture between Amec and German process engineer Lurgi is set to win the turnkey contract to build two giant sewage sludge incinerators in east London, valued at £120 million.It is understood that Amec/Lurgi has edged ahead of its closest rival - a link-up between Taylor Woodrow and US process engineer Dorr Oliver - for the schemes at Beckton and Crossness.Ironically, Amec/Lurgi was a late entry into the fray, throwing its hat into the ring some time after ...

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