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Fault means no electricity currently being generated

By Natasha Swift 15th August 2018

Fault means no electricity currently being generated

ELECTRICITY is not currently being generated from the St Dennis incinerator due to a fault with a steam turbine.
The Cornwall Energy Recovery Centre (CERC) is designed to recover energy from the waste that it processes to create enough electricity to power the equivalent of 21,000 homes...

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By Natasha Swift 15th August 2018

Dawn Curtis 15th August 2018 12:26
Interesting article as a local authority tenant living in Liskeard i often smell at night outdoors what i can only describe as an obnoxious odour, along side might i add as im getting no where with the authorities i am suffering torturous infrasonic noise and vibrations in my home all of which has been picked up by monitoring equipment by the environment agency and i suffer from total sleep deprivation this has been ongoing for over 3 years now and iv been keeping a daily diary
frederick edwards 18th August 2018 18:28
What a surprise. This incinerator has been nothing but trouble. Built wrong so it can´t take anything but small waste. Coming apart in a bit of wind. Need I say more.
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