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July 14th, 2011:

Companies ‘should be held responsible’ for environmental harm

by The Parliament, Martin Banks
July 14th, 2011

The commission has been urged to hold companies operating in the EU legally accountable for any “harm” they cause to people and the environment around the world.

Burn plant campaigners will battle on
by Hector Mackenzie, Ross-shire Journal
September 2nd, 2011

A COMMUNITY group which sprung up out of opposition to proposals for a £43million waste-to-energy incineration plant has used its first anniversary to pledge it’s in it for the long run.

Veolia accused of running scared by Hatfield anti-incinerator campaigners
August 29th, 2011

ANTI-INCINERATOR campaigners have accused Veolia Environmental Services of “running scared” from the public’s questions about its plans to build an incinerator in Hatfield.

Incinerator: Union adds cash to fighting fund
Lynn News
August 22nd, 2011

Union leaders have given their support to the fighting fund to challenge the incinerator plans in the courts.

£800m North Wales Residual Waste Treatment talks start
BBC News North East Whales
August 5th, 2011

Public consultation is starting over plans to process non-recyclable waste in north Wales, possibly building an incineration plant.

Incinerator latest: Peter Barrett fires more volleys at Grundon
by Alison Anderson, Perthshire Advertiser
August 5th, 2011

PERTH councillor Peter Barrett yesterday expressed his amazement that applicants for a highly controversial waste plant in Perth have added to their plans.

Plan to burn hazardous waste in Duleek
by Ann Casey, The Meath Chronicle
July 28th, 2011

Controversial proposals to burn light hazardous waste at the Carranstown incinerator near Duleek – and increase tonnage and operating times at the new plant – is likely to cause huge concern in the local community.

Labour gains in council elections could scupper controversial incinerator plans
by Martin Shipton, Whales Online
July 27th, 2011

A controversial plan to build an incinerator to burn most of South Wales’ municipal waste could be in jeopardy if Labour makes gains in next year’s local government elections, it has emerged.

Borough council says NO to incinerator
Lynn News
July 25th, 2011

County council officials were accused of deceiving the public over the Lynn incinerator scheme as borough councillors rejected the plans yesterday.

Not enough rubbish to go around
by Jennifer Buley, The Copenhagen Post
July 21st, 2011

Councils scramble for foreign rubbish to fuel nation’s waste-to-energy incinerators

£140m plan for household waste incinerator in Leicestershire is scrapped
July 20th, 2011

Plans to build a £140 million rubbish treatment plant are to be scrapped because they are too expensive.

Hatfield incinerator protest starts as exhibition begins
by Ross Logan, Times24
June 8th, 2011

A TWO-DAY protest will start later today (Wednesday) in Hatfield, to coincide with an exhibition on the New Barnfield incinerator.

Pickles rejects Sherwood Forest incinerator
UK Without Incineration Network
May 29th, 2011

Following a public inquiry, the Secretary of State Eric Pickles has refused planning permission for Veolia’s proposed 180,000 tonne waste incinerator inRainworth, Nottinghamshire.