July 31 2014 Latest news:
A group set up to figure out how to deal with Norfolk’s waste after the plug was pulled on the controversial King’s Lynn incinerator has said it wants to rule out another large scale burner as a replacement.
The number of lorries which will carry Norfolk waste to be burned in Suffolk is so “insignificant” there was no need for an assessment on how it will affect A140 traffic, council bosses have said.
Q: We were due to speak last week, but then there was a Cobra meeting following the Malaysian air crash. Has it been a hectic start?
The decision-making behind a deal which will see a share of Norfolk’s rubbish burned in an incinerator in Suffolk has come under fire.
Thousands of tonnes of waste from Norfolk is to be burned at a new incinerator in Suffolk it has been confirmed.