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(From Aberdeen Press & Journal)
When Bob Rooney put together a business plan for his employer, he could not have known that it would lead to his dismissal.
Even more unlikely was that he and business partner Peter Scholes would take over the same company, Vikoma, five years later.
The oil-pollution control firm is now a key part of the Energy Environmental Group (EEG) stable, which Mr Rooney and Mr Scholes set up in 2003 and has since flourished.
It now employs 80 people and turns over GBP14million annually.
The other established firm in EEG's portfolio is manufacturing company Screw Conveyor, but Mr …