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Javid calls in Veolia's Hertfordshire EfW scheme


It seems as though the original outline proposal registered in 2006 for this projected programme has been rejected because of serious reservations about its tenure. From all accounts in the original discussions in Ware (Hertfordshire) in 2006 any potential then to offer a valued and more competitive approach using systems such as turning the residues as organic materials into renewable fuels at a fraction of the costs here were thrown out of the window regardless of the fact that these options would have generated over £80 Million per year in revenue stream for the area's Council Tax Payers and would not have needed a gate fee for treatment. Maybe the Minister will take note of this....although we understand that since this note will not be published he will not know.

Posted date

9 February, 2018

Posted time

1:53 pm