In the 321 pages of the 2nd consultation document there is no mention at all about the use of mains water. When I asked a Sizewell “expert” during the stage 2 consultation roadshow, he was unaware that Sizewell C would require 1,600 m3 mains water per day, and thought that I was asking about water that would be used to make tea and flush the toilets. When I explained how much water would be required, he suggested that it was not EDF’s problem as they would just buy the water from the water company and let them work out where it is to come from. That answer was wrong.
Peter Lux 9th Jan 2017 read more »
Businesses from across Suffolk are being invited to hear how they could benefit from a multi-million pound contracts bonanza should the proposed Sizewell C nuclear power station get the go-ahead. EDF Energy and Suffolk Chamber of Commerce are hosting a free business breakfast at Trinity Park, Ipswich, on Friday to explain the process and opportunities on offer.
Ipswich Star 8th Jan 2017 read more »