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أحلامنا المشتركة -> Greens Press -> Minister signals incinerator plan go-ahead
عدد مرات القراءة 17732006-02-26

MINISTER SIGNALS INCINERATOR PLAN GO-AHEAD

BRIGHTON & Hove and East Sussex councils have been given the go-ahead to
adopt a long-term waste plan which includes proposals for an unpopular and
hazardous waste incinerator in Newhaven.

Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott has rejected calls by local Green Party
MEP Caroline Lucas – and more than 8,000 Brighton and Hove residents – to
hold a public inquiry into the East Sussex Waste Local Plan.

Dr Lucas, who represents South-East England and is a member of the European
Parliament’s Environment Committee, said she was deeply disappointed.

“This decision flies in the face of public opinion, responsible government
and good environmental stewardship,” she said.

“It hands a private company the right to burn waste from as far field as
Gloucestershire in a residential area on the edge of the South Downs – and
as Onyx’s profits pile up the price will be paid by local people.”

She added: “Local objections to a plan that gives local councils a
disincentive to cut waste and boost recycling have been ignored – in Lewes,
Brighton, and now Westminster. By refusing to hold a public inquiry into the
proposals the Government has sent a clear signal that it just doesn’t care
about the views of those whose lives will be adversely affected by the
incinerator.”






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