The Board argues that the authorization of the cement complies with legislation
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The Committee on the Environment and Planning of the Andalusian Parliament debated on Tuesday the approval granted by the Government of Andalusia to the company Portland Valderrivas, to modify the integrated environmental authorization (AAI) of its cement plant in Alcala de Guadaira, at so that the same incinerate fuel derived from non-hazardous waste that has sparked protests end in the village.
It was a question with a plea for oral answer by the Deputy can María del Carmen García Bueno, who echoed the mobilisations in Alcala de Guadaira on account of the future incineration derived from non-hazardous waste in was Portland Valderrivas cement plant for use as fuel. In fact, on September 17 the full City Council expected to debate a motion on the matter.
And, according to environmentalists, by this modification of the integrated environmental authorization already granted to the cement Portland Valderrivas (whose plant is located at the foot of the A-92 as it passes through Alcala de Guadaira), the company shall be entitled to used as fuel, by incineration, derived from non-hazardous waste, with a maximum of "292,000 tons of waste a year."
"That amount exceeds the waste that process all cement Andalusia together," said Francisco Gavira, environmentalists, warning that the incineration of these wastes cause "emissions" with its attendant consequences, in a densely populated area in the first crown of the metropolitan area of Seville.
The deputy we opted for the "possibility" of "recycling" such waste through a "green industry" that creates green jobs, since the Minister of Environment, José Prosecutor argued that the duty of the Board is to ensure by "strict compliance with the environmental law" and in this particular case, "the performance of the company and does it." "The