Enviros Health Panel Corrupt

Prosiect Gwyrdd use this Envros / Brum report to claim no health risks from the Viridor incinerator.

































See February 1, 2013 PROSIECT GWYRDD   PRESS RELEASE/ DATGANIAD I’R WASG 
Viridor identified as Preferred Bidder for Prosiect Gwyrdd contract 30.01.13 (PDF, 36Kb)

In their press release  under 'Regulation and health impacts'  Ian Lloyd Davies writes for the project giving a link that doesn't work and another that is link to the report which is now discredited referred to in the Private Eye article above!


•      "The comparative impacts on health on different methods of waste disposal have 
been considered in detail in a report prepared for the Department of Environment, 
Food and Rural Affairs (Defra 2004)."  A summary of this extensive research here" 
    

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  1. I note that there is good reason for anti-incineration campaigners to doubt the impartiality of Imperial College, especially when they have made public statements in support of incineration, giving the technology a clean bill of health...

    See the joint statement, archived at: http://www.imeche.org/Libraries/Learning_and_Professional_Development_-_Documents/EfW_UK_Joint_Statement_February_2011.sflb.ashx

    Joint Statement on Energy from Waste
    5. Energy from Waste is not harmful to the environment or public health

    signed by:
    Dr Chris Cheeseman
    Reader in Waste Management, Imperial College London

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