I spoke inside with Jane, Sven & Paul Carey. I discussed everything for the project – emissions, water usage, biodiversity, filters, transport, bottom ash transport (extra 25%) and flood risks. I asked them to consider Wash Biodiversity Action Plan and verify flood mapping as either they were not in their paperwork or were wrong. The site is too close to the Nene as its under 500m. This feeds the NNR of the Wash. A standard calculation for maximum deposition of incinerator outputs is ten times height of chimney, so 950m radius and this is basically into centre of Town, plus takes in the college, Nursery schools and a lot of residences. A request for a Temperature Inversion assessment, a key meteorological factor along the River Nene area has not been considered. This can directly increase pollution tenfold. Water in process is potable from Anglian Water and should not be used in industrial processes, since 1976. Its collection of waste area is 40% from Norfolk, but includes all Counties in a two hour radius of site, so Bedfordshire, Lincolnshire Northamptonshire, Essex and because you’re within 100ml of Capital, London. Fly-ash contract not done, but likely goes to landfill. Bottom Ash of 25% goes back on the trucks as well and maximum is 625kt at 23 tonne carrying weight per load. That plus return of bottom ash, fly-ash at 3%, gives you your trucks, coming from directions in 360 degree collection. Its site is 1.5-2.5 above AOB, which I think is too low in my view long term. Floor height inside big 3m does not solve flooding the site and EA 2115 map cannot be right, compared to EA maps I have already seen for 2050. Steam energy is not yet sold. Farmland in area will become acidic. Do you have baseline pH?