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A company which wants to operate a temporary waste-to-energy "incinerator" plant on a Derby industrial estate says it wants to reassure residents about its effect on the local environment.Envirofusion, which is based in the former Hanson Concrete Works, off Alfreton Road, has applied to Derby City Council for permission to test out its waste disposal system by heating rubbish to a temperature of 1,000C for 18 months.The proposals have been met with fierce opposition from a local...


















Firm in Derby 'incinerator' scheme: 'If we don't meet regulations...


Article Published On 16/05/2017 15:05:00
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A company which wants to operate a temporary waste-to-energy "incinerator" plant on a Derby industrial estate says it wants to reassure residents about its effect on the local environment.Envirofusion, which is based in the former Hanson Concrete Works, off Alfreton Road, has applied to Derby City Council for permission to test out its waste disposal system by heating rubbish to a temperature of 1,000C for 18 months.The proposals have been met with fierce opposition from a local...


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