Vehicles movements to and from Viridor Beddington Energy Recovery Facility

Maeve Tomlinson made this Freedom of Information request to Sutton Borough Council

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Dear Sutton Borough Council,

Please could I have a break down of the number of trucks/vehicles per day that will be going to the Viridor Beddington Energy Recovery Facility site (also known as an incinerator)? And how many trucks/vehicles will be leaving the site with ash?

What will be the size of the trucks/vehicles serving the above site?

How far will the trucks be travelling?

How much diesel is required to run the Viridor Beddington Energy Recovery Facility (the incinerator)?

Yours faithfully,

Maeve Tomlinson

Freedom Of Information, Sutton Borough Council

Dear Maeve Tomlinson

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT 2000 - INFORMATION REQUEST - REF NO – F7453
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I acknowledge your request for information received on 26^th January 2015
relating to Vehicles movements to and from Viridor Beddington Energy
Recovery Facility.

 

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Dear Freedom Of Information,

Please could you respond to my request for information. By law
Sutton Council should have responded promptly and by 20th February
2015.

Can you explain the delay and inform me as to when I will receive
this information.

Yours sincerely,

Maeve Tomlinson

Cathy Hayward, Sutton Borough Council

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Dear Ms Tomlinson
Please see attached response from Matt to your enquiry.
Many Thanks
Cathy

Cathy Hayward

Senior Business Support Officer

Providing support to Mary Morrissey, Strategic Director Environment and
Neighbourhoods

and Brendon Hills, Executive Head of Commissioning

Environment and Neighbourhoods 

London Borough of Sutton

24 Denmark Road

Carshalton

Surrey   SM5 2JG

Tel: 0208 770 4603

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