Controversial plans for a waste-burning incinerator in south London have been given the go-ahead by the Mayor of London. The site will take over 300,000 tonnes of rubbish and turn it into energy for nearby homes. But campaigners say it looks ugly, and could even pose a threat to health.
Nick Thatcher reports.
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