If you missed the ABC News Breakfast radio show on Thursday 24 August, listen in here, where you’ll hear from Leo Dobes, President of Griffith Narrabundan Community Association, as he describes what happened at the first incinerator meeting.
An information meeting on a proposed waste-to-power plant in Fyshwick attracted plenty of questions last night.
Capital Recycling Services has put forward a plan to build a new waste sorting centre at Ipswich Street in Fyshwick which could also convert some waste products into electricity.
The Inner South Canberra Community Council meeting was organised because nearby residents had concerns about how the proposed waste incinerator would work and the impact of the smoke towers.
The President of the Griffith Narrabundah Community Association Leo Dobes and Capital Recycling Solutions project manager Ewen McKenzie spoke to ABC Radio Canberra breakfast host Dan Bourchier about the questions raised.