The HOTI group (Hull and Holderness Oppose the Incinerator) is to hold a public meeting in Hedon on Friday 26th June  2009, 6:30pm at the Alexandra Hall.

The meeting will provide the latest information on the campaign to prevent the building of a waste-burning incinerator at Saltend near Hedon.

The Waste Recycling Group Ltd already has planning permission to build an incinerator and has recently re-submitted an application for a permit to operate the facility.

The Environment Agency has said that an approved permit will ensure that the plant operates without causing significant harm to the environment and human health. However, the HOTI group have claimed that the terms of the contract to operate the site are now fundamentally different to those originally agreed and are therefore legally flawed.

Hear the arguments from HOTI at the Public Meeting.

One thought on “HOTI (Hull and Holderness Oppose the Incinerator) public meeting in Hedon

  1. The Hull Daily Mail reports tonight that a permit has been granted by the Environment Agency to build a waste incinerator at Saltend. However, HOTI has pledged to continue its campaign of opposition and is prepared to challenge the issue of a permit.

    Speakers at the HOTI meeting tomorrow night (Friday 26th June 2009) include Friends of the Earth lawyer, Laura Gyte and local MP Graham Stuart.

    The scene looks set for an extremely interesting meeting tomorrow night!

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