On Tuesday 5th April 2011 Stephen Gilbert (Liberal Democrat MP for St Austell and Newquay, Cornwall) explicitly referred to the United Kingdom Without Incineration Network. He went on to articulate a series of reasons why incineration should be opposed. Continue reading »

Well, if you thought that the Summer of 2009 was gonna be a chance for waste campaigners to relax, think again… Continue reading »

In addition to reading the updates (below) and visiting the various campaign group websites, you might also like to view the brief BBC Look East video clip on incineration and read the UKWIN coverage on Lets Recycle. I trust you all caught the BBC’s One O’Clock News on Thursday…UKWIN is about 1 minute and 35 seconds in…

Brief updates about current UK anti-incineration campaigns.

If your campaign news is not included, please contact the UKWIN Coordinator with your update! Continue reading »

Only the very largest of incinerator applications qualify for determination by the Department for Business, Enterprise & Regulatory Reform (BERR), and chemical company Ineos Chlor’s plans for an enormous incinerator in Runcorn, Cheshire appear to have been approved. Continue reading »

Professor John Dearden sent his apologies for the UKWIN AGM, as did Viv Mountford. They are busy, each in their own way, preparing for the public inquiry concerning the Ince Marshes (Cheshire) incinerator and resource recovery park, which starts on Tuesday 15th May. Proofs of evidence and rebuttals are currently flying around the ether. Local campaign group RAIN have lined up Prof Dearden of Liverpool John Moores University, Alan Watson of PIC, and Dr Gavin ten Tusscher on dioxins – a strong team of expert witnesses. Local councils will field their own experts. Continue reading »

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