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Report on the health impact of the waste incinerator in Sint-Nilaas (Belgium), English version, pdf-bestand (acrobat)  : 829 kbs


INCINERATION AND HUMAN HEALTH State of Knowledge of the Impacts of Waste Incinerators on Human Health from Greenpeace




INDAVER exceeded 1,835 times the European directive 2000/76/EEC and the Flemish dioxins standard.  High dioxins concentration found in chicken eggs in the nearby of INDAVERS waste incinerator


Waste incinerators in Flanders

Flemish demonstrations against waste incinerators (pictures)
Results of the Flemish action groups
My own family health story caused by  the Sint-Niklaas (Belgium) waste incinerator
On November 20 2001, the MIWA waste incinerator in Sint-Niklaas Belgium is be sentenced on appeal to close the waste incinerator
Indaver announced on April 2002 that they stop their new Drogenbos project  (near Brussels - Belgium)  definitive 
About indaver, the Flemish waste company
Indavers new Flemish waste incinerator project of 466,000 ton/year 
INDAVERs exceeding of the dioxins standard (accident ? of August 2002)
The town Doel (near INDAVER) which all inhabitants are being evicted by compulsory purchase order due extension of the harbour
The letter from the Belgian Health Authority stating that there will be negative health effects from new incinerator built

Waste incinerators in Flanders and Greenpeace Belgium

Greenpeace Belgium and new waste incinerators

Waste incinerating in Flanders & Ireland and the green party

The truth about the moratorium on Mass Burn Incineration in Flanders and the Flemish green party
The proposal from Belgian company Indaver to build Ireland's first hazardous waste incinerator in Ringaskiddy has taken a new twist, particularly for the Green Party
Contact addresses local anti-incineration groups in Ireland
Addresses local groups
Other info about waste incineration
Quantity of toxics in ashes and fly-ashes of waste incinerators
The Flemish document stating that only a grate incineration with selective catalytic reduction of NOx is a state to the art incinerator.  A selective catalytic reduction filter of NOx reduce the emissions of NOx to about 70 mg/m