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  • This is very interesting information about procuring alternative technology! Responding to this KL West Norfolk Borough has come up with the goods and signed a deal with a Chester and Southampton based company. Knowing KL west Norfolk Borough council was serious about procurement to recycle waste in desperation NCC signed up with up Cory Wheelabrator as fast as a dose of salts to sabotage while negotiations were in progress. Now reading the whole article does not inspire confidence and the incinerator should be shelved for many reasons. Like myself how many people phoned or emailed our county councillors for help to explain why NCC are dealing with an unsavoury incinerator waste company CW that has a long history of fraud and polluting. Truth is some of our county councillors were aware if they stepped out of line their leader has influence on their future and benefits that go with the job will be withdrawn. The alleged harassment by less than a handful of councillors, no reports to the police shows this was a cry for help or harassment by their superior or superiors in county hall. It is bizarre that Bill Borrett has been allowed to stand as temporary leader when he is involved with the incinerator fiasco as incinerator is the reason for the infighting within the Tory party! Knowing how devious NCC are, I wonder have they stage managed Derrick Murphy’s standards hearing to coincide with the incinerator public inquiry to have maximum publicity when he has been found innocent on all charges? Influencing proceedings

    Alan Allan

    Thursday, January 24, 2013

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