THE LEADER of Hull City Council has spoken about the decision not to press ahead with plans for a Waste Incinerator at Saltend.

In his personal blog Councillor Carl Minns declared:

“…should the Lib Dems retain the leadership of the Council in May there is more chance of Hell freezing over than us negotiating a new contract for an incinerator.”

His blog also quotes the official statement released by the joint councils and Waste Recycling Group:

“Hull City Council, East Riding of Yorkshire Council and Waste Recycling Group Ltd (WRG) have mutually agreed a managed termination of their joint waste management contract. The current services will be provided until the end of March 2013 to enable residents to continue to improve on their excellent recycling and composting achievements. An energy-from-waste facility will not be built within this contract. The Councils will put in place new contractual arrangements for the treatment and disposal of waste.”

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