It’s all happening in the world of waste campaigning. This past week alone we have seen:
A public inquiry in Nottingham
BERR’s decision to grant approval for a Cheshire incinerator
A very well attended public meeting in Cornwall
The formation of the Elistown Action Group
Discussions with senior Defra officials
• A record number of new members joining UKWIN

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One Response to “Busy week for anti-incineration campaigners”

  1. Have any other groups encountered the rubbish we have met during the present political climate.The BNP are claiming responsibility for leading our group from It`s inception.In fact It has deterred members.Who wants to have your photo in newspapers at protests,then see your photo in BNP leaflets or on BNP posters?It`s a typical BNP tactic, claim other people`s work.It has happened more than once to us.There are numerous blogs making claims,you can`t respond to, because the blog is edited. There is also a PPC for Mansfield, making other outrageous,untrue claims concerning his efforts to fight our cause,his name is Michael Wyatt,thats the only thing thats true about him(i think).

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