Aylesbury Vale District Council Leader John Cartwright calls in Buckinghamshire County Council’s cabinet decision Continue reading »

In the 12 September 2009 edition of The Bucks Herald we read the following report of the march through the town centre: Continue reading »

The Buckinghamshire Advertiser has published a story detailing the offensive comments made by Buckinghamshire County Council’s (BCC) cabinet member for planning and environment Martin Tett regarding the much respected SAVI campaign. Continue reading »

A fully paid-for place on the Friends of the Earth (FoE) Local Groups Conference 2008 at Loughborough University (from 12th -14th September) has just become available. Anyone who wishes to help out at the UKWIN stall, and benefit from attending this year’s Conference should contact the UKWIN Coordinator immediately! Continue reading »

Dr Jackie Slipper , Pharmacist

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Mark Phillips Former Waste Incinerator engineer

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Moto Tanaka Retired Advanced Waste Technology Engineer

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Buckinghamshire County Council announced today (Tuesday 5th August 2008) that Veolia Environmental Services has been dropped from the Council’s procurement process. According to Buckinghamshire County Council’s press release: “Although the Veolia Environmental Services solution will no longer be part of the County Council’s EfW procurement process, a portion of its landfill site at Wapseys Wood near Gerrards Cross could still remain as a proposed Strategic Waste Complex for commercial waste recovery in the emerging Minerals and Waste Core Strategy”. Continue reading »

This image appeared in The Bucks Free Press along with an article by Neil Phillips.

The full article can be found on: The Bucks Free Press Website

Incinerator Village sign for Beaconsfield

Simon Woolf is linked to BRAINS. In Buckinghamshire 400,000 tonnes of waste are to be split between 2 incinerators, proposed for the Calvert in the north of the county and Wapseys Wood, between Gerrards Cross and Beaconsfield in the south of the county Continue reading »

Simon Woolf is linked to BRAINS. In Buckinghamshire 400,000 tonnes of waste are to be split between 2 incinerators, proposed for the Calvert in the north of the county and Wapseys Wood, between Gerrards Cross and Beaconsfield in the south of the county Continue reading »

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