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Incinerator emissions are tight enough


As incineration plants need to burn reducible, reusable and recyclable [plastics, creating nitrogen dioxide and dioxins, there is a reason for more stringent emission control. This control is simply this. Stop building them. There is no 'emission control' for dioxin. Under the Persistent Organic POllutants Treaty, the UK is supposed to be reducing the creation of dioxins, not increasing it.  Shanks/Resource Recovery Solutions, admitted at the Derby/Derbysjhire incineration plant inquiry, that Continuous Emiisions Monitoring Systems could be switched off. No-one would know about this, even the Environment Agency For previous, see HOW TO SWITCH OFF CEMS

Posted date

8 June, 2018

Posted time

8:22 am