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Incinerator health study delayed again

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Perhaps the industry with its vested interests to make sure that the links between Consultants and the Companies that have vested links to ensure that the most expensive options are always put in place are part of the deal. When you see the "put or pay" principles adopted in the Sheffield, Nottingham, East London, Edmonton in North London, Hampshire Waste Partnership, Manchester, Liverpool, Staffordshire, Allington, Belvedere, and elsewhere in Ringsend-Dublin, and also proposed for Belfast and Killoch in Ayrshire, and as again believed to be the case for York, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire and Kings Lynn - and those which are now being adopted elsewhere area used as a euphemism to pay the provider of services for residual treatment even when the Gate Fees are dropping to zero and even when the quantities of waste are dropping year on year and they are allowed pass through legislation which is also carried forward to be paid for by the Council Tax Payers (as indicated here in the first item responding) it seems as though this cosy niche is the main reason why these are continually being built. Now we see that food waste may be having to be bought by the AD providers then there is obviously something wrong with the system that prefers to nominate Incineration/Gasification above all other options when the other options - particularly AD are far better for the tax payers.

Posted date

1 November, 2016

Posted time

5:58 pm

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