How shall we get rid of waste?

A PUBLIC meeting to discuss possible future plans to site waste plants in the district is being held in Clevedon. The Environmental Network of North Somerset

A PUBLIC meeting to discuss possible future plans to site waste plants in the district is being held in Clevedon.The Environmental Network of North Somerset (TENONS) is hosting the meeting on behalf of the West of England Waste Project.The project is looking at how to deal with residual waste, what type of technology should be used and where the processing plants should be sited.The North Somerset Times revealed earlier this month that the partnership was considering the Clevedon area for a waste facility.Seven options including a gasification/pyrolisis plant have been put forward as a way of dealing with the rubbish.A TENONS spokesman said: "The actual consultation is on how to deal with our residual waste."This meeting is a chance for people to air their views."The seven options are covered in a leaflet called The Issues and Options for Waste in the West of England. Alternatively, they can be found by logging onto www.rubbishorresource.co.ukThe meeting is on February 19 at 7.30-9pm at Clevedon Council offices, 44 Old Street, Clevedon.


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