Wednesday, 5 February 2014

They wanna pave paradise and put up a 'Resource Recovery Park'...

I was feeling quite disillusioned and disheartened with the news that yet another waste plant has got planning permission from Northamptonshire County Council for Corby. 

That means we will have a gasification plant, a pyrolysis plant and an anaerobic digester.   

Then Chris Evans played Joni Mitchell's 'Big Yellow Taxi' on Radio2 this morning, and I thought, we've got to keep fighting this.

We've got to stop them destroying the trees at Brookfield Plantation for the 'Resource Recovery Park'.

We've got to do our bit to protect what bit of countryside we have left before it's too late.

We need the trees - the environmental report for the gasification plant even talks about the trees being a 'sink for pollution' - how exactly will they do this if they are felled?

Please, write to Corby Borough Council and tell them your objections to the Resource Recovery Park at Brookfield Plantation.

Objections need to be in by Friday 21st February, 2014.

Remember, you don't know what you've got till it's gone - they want to pave paradise and put up a 'Resource Recovery Park'...

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