Councillors willing to throw more money at incineration!
NEW • 18/11/14 - Ten Councillors voted for having incineration in Norfolk’s waste strategy. Council tax payers are well aware Norfolk has ‘blown’ around £30million trying to force incineration on two Norfolk communities (Costessey then King’s Lynn) with nothing to show for it except anger and mistrust of the County’s decision makers.
Some Councillors cling to outdated incineration, when other technologies have surpassed it. Even previously difficult waste such as nappies can be treated economically without burning or burying. New methods save money and don't force communities to breath microscopic particulates.
It’s incredible to think anyone would want another go at forcing incineration on Norfolk. What on earth persuaded 2 Labour councillors to back a Conservative incinerator proposal; after Labours’ election pledge opposing it?
December 15th will be a test of the entire County Council, who can be trusted, will they finally stop throwing public money at incinerator companies?
If you oppose the incinerator do join us at County Hall on 15th December. If you would like to car share there is ample free parking (at your own risk) at Fairgreen Farms, Hill Road, Middleton, Norfolk, PE32 1RN, you would need to arrive by 08:30 latest. The meeting at County Hall starts at 10am.
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