Campaigners trying to stop a waste incinerator being built at Javelin Park near Gloucester say that the project could end up being an expensive white elephant.
A report they have commissioned from waste consultants YNYS Resources claims the county council has seriously over-estimated the
future waste requirements of Gloucestershire, that an incinerator of the kind proposed will be uneconomical to run, and may breach new EU legislation.
Richard Carter from YNYS says that his advice to the council would be to think again:
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