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Site Last Updated 7th. February 2016 - Please Refresh or Reload all pages regularly to ensure you get the latest information.

Summary of works planned in connection with the Incinerator during week commencing
Monday 1st February 2016

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More Incinerator Stack Swaying
This Time With Personnel Working at the Top !!
On Saturday 7th.February both of the twin incinerator stacks started swaying yet again
but alarmingly this time there was somebody working at the top of one of the stacks.
The incident was filmed by a local resident and it has been uploaded to our Youtube channel.
In the top left hand corner of the footage there is an enlargement of top of the stack and the person working there.

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An open e-mail to residents from Councillor Fred Greenslade 6th.February 2015

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An open letter to residents from SITA 6th.February 2015

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Incinerator Stack Swaying Again

Following the swaying of one stack witnessed by many residents of St.Dennis on Monday 2nd.February 2015
stack swaying started again after dark on Thursday 5th. February 2015.
The image below is a slow shutter speed photograph of the twin stacks
and the red light at the top of one stack leaves a light trail of movement.

Incinertaor stack swaying after dark

Some footage of the stack swaying after dark was taken by a St.Dennis resident.
Unfortunately no detail of the stacks is visible due to the low light levels
but the red light at the top of one stack can clearly be seen moving.

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Major incident at incinerator site

St.Dennis Incinerator twin stacks will eventually stand 120 metres high.

On Monday 2nd.February 2015 after the construction team had installed a section of one stack taking it to 100 metres high it began swaying dramatically.

At the time there was little or no wind.

Local MP Stephen Gilbert has reported the incident to the Health and Safety Executive and has urged them to investigate the matter.

The incident was videoed by local residents who were very concerned at what they were witnessing.

Please use the links below to view some of the footage on our Youtube Channel

Incinerator stack - Video 01 Incinerator stack - Video 02 Incinerator stack - Video 03

Below is a link to footage filmed by Derek Williams

Incinerator stack - Video 04


SWaying Stack

The incinerator site as seen on Tuesday 3rd.February with the site closed