Calvert Incinerator Plans Still On
8:07am 15th June 2011
There is STILL a need for a new energy from waste incinerator at Calvert - despite a new drive by Government to get the country recycling.
That's according to Buckinghamshire County Council.
It's after Number 10 appeared to back-track yesterday on demanding all councils return to weekly rubbish collections.
Cabinet member for environment on the County Council, Steven Adams has told Mix96 even with a national push on recycling, there will be enough future waste to keep any new rubbish-burning incinerator going.
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