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Treasury indicates it could back incineration tax


Thanks. Incineration ends reduction, reuse & recycling; the contracts signed need reducibles, reusables, recyclables & compostables. This is obvious and evidenced by incineration contracts, which call for 'calorifics' ie plastics and 'organics' ie compostables.. Such resources are supposed to be conserved - under UK Sustainability Objectives, otherwise what was the point of signing up to the SO - not destroyed needlessly. See Derby & Derbyshire incineration contract, just one of the approximate 52 waste-of -energy incineration plants in the UK

Posted date

20 August, 2018

Posted time

10:22 am