Grievances about Blue Circle incinerator aired in Commons

Calls for pollution control powers to be used to close down a clinical waste incinerator in north London were rejected by Environment Minister David Maclean during an adjournment debate in the House of Commons on 11 January. But the Minister failed to explain how the operation, which draws some of its waste inputs from north-east England, is consistent with the Government's policy of achieving regional self-sufficiency in waste disposal capacity.


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