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  • If Caroline Spelman releases the PFI funding it is because she lacks the courage to stand up to lobbyists, even though - as she has said herself - this project doesn't meet DEFRA's own (PFI) criteria. By pretending that the situation in Norfolk has changed (i.e. 4 votes from Conservative Boroughs ), she avoids revealing how she lacked the courage to stand up for democracy. What Can You Do? Let as many people know about this as possible. Tell them that if Caroline Spelman caves in it is due to waste industry lobbying - is she prepared to ignore 65,500 voters, the 65 Parishes who opposed this, the 2500 planning objections. Also King's Lynn & West Norfolk Borough Council Opposition. NCC will breach national recycling targets in 2020, as well as the PFi criteria - 11 Dec 2011 George Osborne and David Cameron rejected incinerators in their own constituencies, quoting they are the largest polluters to humans and wildlife. I am pensioner,where I live is 1 mile downwind of the incinerater.also there are five primary and infant schools within 2 miles. A gypsy site with children, which is within a 1000 yards downwind.This will affect the young and the elderly who already have respiratory system diseases through toxic pollution and the rest of the population, and don't forget the domestic animals, and all the wildlife. You cannot smoke in a public place,but they can build a incinerater right on the edge of King's Lynn with a population of( 41,000,)emitting millions of toxic particles contaminating the air we breathe.Furthermore there is all the bottom and fly ash,commercial,and toxic industrial waste, which will go into hazardous landfill sites,about 30% of the total tonnage will leach into the groundwater.

    LFB

    Wednesday, February 27, 2013

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