Plan revealed to burn Norfolk waste in Kent incinerator
Domestic waste from Norfolk will be burnt at an incinerator in Kent if a new contract is agreed.
County council chiefs claim the proposed six-year deal, which is worth more than £100 million, is a "win-win" on both environmental and cost grounds.
But a leading anti-incineration campaigner says he fears the plan is a short term measure until it is possible for rubbish to be burned even closer to home.
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