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أحلامنا المشتركة -> Greens Press -> London's Green MEP Lables Belvedere Incinerator...
عدد مرات القراءة 19982006-06-18

LONDON’S GREEN MEP LABELS BELVEDERE INCINERATOR AS ‘OUTRAGEOUS’

London’s Green MEP Jean Lambert has branded today’s decision to grant
planning permission for the Belvedere incinerator in the London Borough
of Bexley as ‘outrageous’.

Jean, who has supported two previous campaigns to stop the incinerator
in 2003 and 2005, spoke out in anger at the decision and said that it
called into question the future of London’s waste strategy. Jean
commented; “Today’s approval to build an incinerator in London makes a
mockery of the recent progress the Capital has made in meeting its
recycling targets. I regret today’s decision that will undoubtedly see
other, more sustainable, waste management options closed off forever.

“The huge public opposition to the incinerator reinforces the fact that
it is a completely inappropriate facility at a time when we should be
focusing on reducing the amount of waste we produce. Instead of making
energy from waste we should be harnessing the energy that has been put
into the original products by reusing and recycling.

“In February this year the London Borough of Bexley was named as the top
London Authority for recycling during 2004 / 2005 but a new incinerator,
putting the council under obligation to provide it with waste, will
simply undermine the recycling programmes, waste reduction initiatives
and renewable energy production that both residents and the council have
been so successful at. We should not be building London's waste strategy
round incineration.”






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