Packed meeting here's MP speak against Wisbech incinerator and why plans are 'deeply flawed'
Warnings over highly toxic airborne particles were given on Friday night by a battled-hardened campaigner who successfully beat plans for an incinerator in West Norfolk.
Martin Little from King’s Lynn Without Incinerator (KLWIN) was a guest speaker at a packed public meeting in Wisbech, on Friday night hosted by the town council to explain the implications of proposals for a 50 megawatt burner off Algores Way.
MP Steve Barclay along with town Councillor Steve Tierney and county Councillor Ian Bates also spoke out against MVV Environment's plans to build the mega incinerator, on a site close to Cold Store.
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