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Have your say on plans for alternative energy plant




There is a public consultation day in Wyberton this Friday and in Frampton next Friday on a new alternative energy facility proposed for Boston.

The 'Boston Alternative Energy Facility' (BAEF), planned for the Riverside Industrial Estate in Boston, will use residual household waste to generate renewable energy - to power the equivalent of 66% of Lincolnshire’s households.

The proposed new energy plant at Boston aims to reduce the amount of residual black bag waste shipped out of the UK. (5577713)
The proposed new energy plant at Boston aims to reduce the amount of residual black bag waste shipped out of the UK. (5577713)

This Friday (February 15), the information day will be held from midday-4pm at Wyberton Parish Hall in London Road, PE21 7DE.

Next Friday (Feb 22), the information day will be held from 3-7pm at Frampton Church Hall, Middlegate Road, Frampton, PE20 1AW.

This graphic, from information supplied by the Boston Alternative Energy Facility, shows how residual black bag waste could be turned into energy to power homes. (6584856)
This graphic, from information supplied by the Boston Alternative Energy Facility, shows how residual black bag waste could be turned into energy to power homes. (6584856)

This is the second round of public information days on the plant. For more information and for a list of other consultation days go to www.bostonaef.co.uk



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