What is the name of the organisation that proposed the energy from waste incinerator for Cambridge?
What is the name of settlement closest to the site for the proposed energy from waste incinerator?
How large is the existing waste management park owned by Amey?
True or false? The existing waste management park owned by Amey offers recycling, biological treatment, composting, and landfill.
How many tonnes of waste ends up in landfill at the Amey site each year?
Who would monitor emissions from the proposed energy from waste incinerator?
What proportion of waste currently going to landfill could be incinerated at the new facility?
If 80% of the 200 000 tonnes of waste currently going to landfill could be incinerated, how many tonnes of waste would still need to go to landfill?
If 80% of the 200 000 tonnes of waste currently going to landfill could be incinerated, how many tonnes of waste could be burnt each year?
If the new facility can handle 250 000 tonnes of waste per year, how much extra waste could be brought to the new facility from outside the local area?
If currently 80% of landfill waste could be incinerated - then this works out at 160 000 tonnes of waste (this is 80% of 200 000 tonnes). If the capacity os 250 000 tonnes per year then an additional 90 000 tonnes could be brought in from outside the area.
How many homes could the energy from waste incinerator provide electricity for?
How many jobs could be created during the construction and operational phases?
The proposed energy from waste incinerator will provide over 300 jobs during the construction and operational phases. What type of benefit is this?
What can ash from waste incineration be used for?
How much has the amount of waste sent to landfill in Lincoln reduced since the opening of an energy from waste plant?