Norfolk's Burning Issue

The site at King's Lynn where Cory Wheelabrator had wanted to build an incinerator. Picture: Ian Burt.

Incinerator saga reignited after refusal to rule one out in Norfolk

The possibility that an incinerator could be built in Norfolk has been reignited, after councillors blocked a bid to rule one out in the future.

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Great Blakenham incinerator, where Norfolk's waste is being sent to be burned. Picture: Mike Page.

No quick fix for dealing with Norfolk’s waste

A long-term solution for how to deal with Norfolk’s rubbish might not be in place until after 2020, councillors will be told next week.

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Robert Billson, from Material Works (left), signs the contract with Brian Long back in 2012

Pledge that waste deal will bring 150 jobs to West Norfolk

The revival of a £100m waste project deal is set to bring 150 jobs to West Norfolk.

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The sun sets over the site near Saddlebow, where the incinerator was proposed to be built. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Norfolk incinerator bill wrangle could continue until after Christmas

The full cost to the Norfolk taxpayer of scrapping the incinerator in King’s Lynn may not be known until after Christmas, council bosses have warned.

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Robert Billson, from Material Works (left), signs the contract with Brian Long back in 2012

Question marks hang over King’s Lynn “greener” waste deal

Question marks hang over the future of a green solution to dealing with West Norfolk’s waste.

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