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Dan Rogerson sponsored by 'incinerator' SITA

Well no wonder Rogerson would not answer any of your letters asking for his help to stop this incinerator being built, he is working for SITA Suez Layonnaise, and is selling incinerators for them.

One way to make sure that one does not get re elected. We have to thank William and Pat for this paperwork.
We have a fight on our hands and I think it is time for all hands on deck.

"Major report into how residents and communities can be incentivised to adopt the 500 new waste facilities that the government predicts will need to be built in the next ten years if we are to meet landfill reduction targets. The report will be launched at the House of Commons at 1pm on Wednesday 24th February 2010.

The five-month inquiry from the cross-party Associate Parliamentary Sustainable Resource Group (APSRG), co-signed by Dr. Alan Whitehead MP (Lab), Dan Rogerson MP (Lib Dem) and Lord Taylor of Holbeach CBE (Con), focuses on how the 500 new waste management plants the government has outlined will be needed to meet landfill reduction targets, can be made advantageous to local communities and overcome 'NIMBYISM'.

The Associate Parliamentary Sustainable Resource Group commenced the inquiry in October 2009.

The report is sponsored by the SITA UK.

If you would like to attend or receive a copy of the final report, please contact or call 020 7202 8570."