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An average of just 12 people visited each exhibition on controversial mega-burner for Wisbech




Less than 100 people turned out across seven venues to see an exhibition organised by the firm behind the proposed mega incinerator for Wisbech.

However, MVV Environment's managing director Paul Carey, said they were pleased with the response, which he said would be used to help shape next year's statutory consultation.

The exhibitions, which were held at venues across the Wisbech area over a three week period, with three the first week and four in the third and week's break in between, was part of the company's non-statutory consultation, which was aborted in the spring because of the coronavirus.



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