Wisbech incinerator plan causing bitterness, frustration and anger
I had to get up early and take a long walk on Thursday morning to dispel some of the bitterness, frustration and anger that has been brewing in my veins since this incinerator has become more and more into focus.
The deadline for consultations draws nearer, the disaster that awaits us becomes clearer and we know, most of us, that this imposition on our town, which was not requested nor is welcome, will spell the beginning of the end for our little town.
Because there is no way that the biggest incinerator in the UK can be disguised, nor what its purpose is. To burn rubbish in the millions of tons over its lifetime, become the most dominant form of industrialisation in the town by far, and the most recognisable feature of our landscape for miles around. And our children will say: “Why didn’t you stop this?”