The Waterloo Incinerator was withdrawn from the planning meeting on 20th January. It is now to be considered on Friday 24th April 10am County Hall
Please come and support us, we will be outside at 9.15 with our banners
Baracud Energy Ltd have applied for planning permission for a pyrolysis incinerator and
power plant burning refinery oily sludge and waste (filter cake). The proposed plant is to be
sited at Waterloo Industrial Estate close to the Prince’s Trust Watersports Centre and
within the town of Pembroke Dock. The plant will generate 6mw of power.
We will be attending the planning committee meeting on Tuesday 20th January, 10am with our new banner to make our views known to councillors.
A new parliamentary report has criticised programmes across the BBC of attributing the same weight to opinions and scientific fact when covering climate science. The Science and Technology Committee said it was "disappointing" that the broadcaster does not "reflect the actual state of climate science in its output."
The latest Royal Society report 'Climate Change Evidence and Causes' provides a useful and authoritative summary of the issues
On 20th March at Saundersfoot Pembrokeshire South East Energy Group will be giving a talk on this £850 million, 350 MW scheme, the first of five planned lagoons capable of supplying 10% of UK electricity consumption.
Announcements by Pembrokeshire County Council that they have to make cuts of 25% on their budget are threatening a wide array of services throughout the county. Bus services among them.