Subsidising the dash to burn trash

Municipal waste incineration is at a crossroads. Only a handful of the UK's incinerators are likely to survive beyond 1996, when EC emission rules will bite. The private sector wants to step into the breach with up to 15 major waste-to-energy plants, but its bullish predictions may be undermined by the planning process and uncertainty over energy subsidies.

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