Oppose Suez’s Matraville Incinerator
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A proposed incinerator in Matraville will put public health at risk, damage the environment and impact thousands of people.
Why is it bad? Read 10 reasons to say no to the incinerator to understand how this proposal will affect our community.
Waste company Suez and paper mill Opal want to built a waste-to-energy incinerator plant at the paper mill on Botany Road in Matraville.
The proposal is classified as State Significant Development as it is a co-generation of heat and electricity and has a capital investment value of over $30M. This means it bypasses local approvals of Randwick Council and will be determined by the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment.
You can view the proposal and see where it’s up to on the Planning Department’s Major Projects page.
The proposed waste incinerator would burn 165,000 tonnes of non-recyclable rubbish such as plastics, textiles and furniture each year to help power the Opal paper mill. The stack would discharge a cocktail of toxic pollutants covering eastern Sydney.
Suez’s incinerator will operate 24 hours a day and result in a stack 60m high located less than 100 metres from the nearest resident’s homes.
So WHY is the NSW Government even considering this proposal at Matraville or anywhere else in Sydney? Matraville is one of seven sites being proposed in the Greater Sydney area for burning Sydney and the ACT’s rubbish – it’s time to say NO MORE INCINERATORS! Find out how you can help.
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GOOD NEWS!! On 13/10, Bayside Council unanimously rejected the waste incinerator Suez want to build at OPAL’s Matraville Paper Mill. Following the meeting, the Council will write to NSW Minister for Energy and Environment the Hon Matt Kean MP voicing its opposition to the proposed Matraville incinerator. “This 17-storey monstrosity might be located in theContinue reading “Bayside Council Rejects Suez/OPAL Incinerator”
On Friday No More Incinerators installed their brand new banner at the La Perouse Pony Club. The 5m long banner faces Botany Rd where it joins Bunnerong Road right at the lights and we just knew you’d love to see some pics! Now that COVID restrictions are easing we are planning a media moment withContinue reading “La Perouse Pony Club Says No to Suez/Opal Waste Incinerator!”
No More Incinerators has found out that OPAL and SUEZ are seeking a meeting with the Environment Minister, Matt Kean to get an exemption from the recent announcement banning the burning waste in the Sydney basin. And we need your help now!So why is this a bad idea?If granted, Suez could submit their EIS inContinue reading “Suez & Opal pushing ahead with incinerator despite govt policy change!!”
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