The ‘father’ of the Colnbrook incinerator has called on MPs to make changes to the £42 billion HS2 development to offset the devastating impact it will have on the Colne Valley Park.
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Reading’s recycling rates are poorer than neighbouring councils but its use of the Colnbrook incinerator is partly to blame for the council refusing to extend kerbside collections to include glass.
The Mayor of Slough will unveil a commemorative plaque this weekend to mark the completion of the refurbishment of Colnbrook Village Hall. But another week of bad air will provide a timely reminder of the price the village has had to pay.
Time and financial pressures placed on Sutton Council led the authority to agree to the South London Incincerator, the judicial review into the matter has been told.
Colnbrook’s air set to fall short of EU and World Health Organisation targets with FORTY bad air days this year already!
A year on from the spike in air pollution figures that – if nothing else – exposed an abject lack of monitoring and scrutiny, air quality is still regularly breaching acceptable levels in Colnbrook. This year alone high levels of pollution have been recorded on a staggering FORTY days, and Colnbrook is on course to miss WHO and EU pollution limits.
Shocking infant mortality rates put Grundon’s £100,000 donation to Colnbrook Village Hall under spotlight
A £100,000 donation from Grundon to Colnbrook Village Hall coincides with a more than DOUBLING of infant mortality rates locally since the super-incinerator became fully operational in 2010.
Incinerator-operator Grundon has announced … wait for it … that it has made its entire fleet of trucks carbon neutral!