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Local people asked for views on biomass plant

08.11.2011

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The Environment Agency (EA) has asked local people in Llangefni, Anglesey, to give their opinion on plans for a new biomass plant to be placed at the former Peboc site.

Eco Environment Resources UK wants to burn waste wood, animal fat and vegetable oil in order to generate electricity and heat for the region but the EA is staging an opportunity to view and comment on plans today (November 8th).

A biomass plant can't be operational without an environment permit and an EA spokesman said there would be an investigation as to whether the proposals conform to relevant national and international guidelines.

North Wales area manager for EA Wales David Edwell said of the opportunity for local people to have their say: "The drop-in session will give local people an opportunity to find out about the permitting process and view the application."

Last month, lateral power was named as the preferred bidder for a separate biomass site in Anglesey, which the company hopes will create up to 400 jobs in the area.

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