Gloucestershire incinerator approved

February 2015
Planner;Feb2015, p7
The article talks about the 500 million British pound contract for the design and building of a waste incinerator in Gloucestershire, which was awarded to international infrastructure group Urbaser Balfour Beatty (UBB) by British communities secretary Eric Pickles.


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