Thursday, 29 March 2012

Camellia. Opposition to waste facility

A proposal by the German waste management and recycling company, Remondis, to build a huge waste treatment plant on a seven-hectare site at Camellia once used by James Hardie to manufacture asbestos has outraged residents who say it threatens their safety. Remondis plans to build a commercial and industrial waste treatment facility, which would process up to 100,000 tonnes annually of commercial and industrial waste, and 50,000 tonnes annually of food and green waste. The estimated construction cost: $25 million.



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