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Site probe on waste.

COUNCILLORS last night delayed a vote on whether to allow a controversial pounds 25m waste centre with an incinerator in Wrexham.

County councillors are to hold a site inspection in Oak Road, on Wrexham Industrial Estate, before making a decision on the Waste Resource Recovery Centre. The waste centre proposals have been called in by the Welsh Assembly.

A public inquiry will decide whether it should go-ahead.

But the councillors' decision could carry weight at the inquiry.

Campaigners are concerned over possible health risks attached to incinerators. But council bosses and HLC, the company behind the project, insist they are safe.
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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Nov 12, 2002
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