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This is the second in our two part series taking one Plymouth resident on a journey across Europe to find out more about the controversial incinerator being built on her doorstep.
In yesterday's programme we joined Ruth Crawford in the German town of Loyna Leuna. Tonight we're in Frankfurt to talk to the local residents who already live next to one.
It's sparked the fury of local residents and a series of protests across the city, but work on the controversial incinerator to burn waste from Plymouth AND the surrounding area has now started next to Devonport Dockyard.
Among the most concerned are the hundreds of people who live next to the construction site at Weston Mill.
In the first of two special reports, our Plymouth Correspondent Jonathan Gibson takes resident Ruth Crawford on a road trip to Germany to see one like it in operation. But will it allay her fears?
While work on a controversial incinerator to burn waste from Plymouth continues at Weston Mill next to Devonport Dockyard, one local resident took a trip to Germany to see one like it already in operation.
Ruth Crawford lives next door to the new incinerator site in Plymouth.
Our Plymouth correspondent Jonathan Gibson has taken her to Germany to see one like it in operation.
The German site is situated on an industrial estate, whereas the Plymouth site at Weston Mill is close to hundreds of homes: