Residents Slam Plans to Extend Life of Landfill
Grundon apply for planning extension to restore the landfill at the Star Works for the second time
A summary of the Hampshire Services public consultation has been released. Star Works, Knowl Hill is not a suitable site for inclusion in the plan!
Hampshire Services calls for more waste sites to address shortfall
Wargrave Parish Council say that they will oppose any plans to expand Star Works in the interests of their residents and the local environment. Read the full Henley Standard Article here.
Read the Wargrave, Remenham and Ruscombe Parish and Hurley Parish Council's responses to the Waste and Mineral Plan.
Other agencies that enforce regulatory standards on the Star Works Waste Site operated by Grundon if you have a concern or would like to make a complaint.
If Wokingham Borough Council grant permissions to increase waste operations at the Star Works it would be a reckless decision and put the lives of residents at serious risk.
This site methodology is critical in choosing the correct sites for waste. You'll read that the Star Works struggles to meet any. This is what local councils should be using to make decisions on suitability,
A radius map that shows the potential implications of living near a major waste facility
Links to a series of articles that discuss the health implications of living near waste and landfill
A poem that describes Knowl Hill's relationship with living near a waste operation over the last 20 years.