April 14, 2017

In the news


Letter setting out reasons for Barry Docks ‘incinerator’ assessment suggests far-reaching investigation
First_Minister asked to support protest against Barry

Action plan proposed in Barry incinerator fight

Divided opinions expressed over controversial Biomass application

Council leader slams lies and scaremongering surrounding Barry’s controversial incinerator

Campaign against Barry incinerator license hots up

Council wins Barry incinerator ash fight at High Court

The Vale’s UK and Welsh Government leaders discuss Biomass UK license application

First Minister Listened to Concerns: NRW consultation extension agreed

300 demonstrate against incinerator in Barry’s town centre

These are articles via third party news sites which are relevant to our campaign.

Neath waste plant closed over emissionsExpert Gives Incinerator Warning


“Incineration overcapacity exists and is harmful”

Theresa May warns toxic air is fourth largest health risk after cancer, obesity and heart disease

Welsh Government admits in High Court: No plan on air pollution was “unlawful”


For those interested, both the UKWIN and BiofuelWatch websites are also excellent resources.

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This weeks @gem_news multiple breaches before its even running and @NatResWales gives them a warning. Pathetic management on both parties. @JaneHutt @BRORADIO @VOGCouncil @AlunCairns @futuregencymru @Barrybados @barry_beautiful https://t.co/pMHYtlGBpU StopBarryBurnin photo

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