The EIA and good decision making

A full EIA can help clarify what is required for developing a three-pronged Energy-from-Waste scheme that will affect ecology, noise, air quality, human health, traffic and socio-economics writes Richard Kevan

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Potential air quality and visual impact issues are always high on the EIA agenda (credit: Wardell Armstrong)
Potential air quality and visual impact issues are always high on the EIA agenda (credit: Wardell Armstrong)

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