MB040308INCI_ 3.JPG Plea: Jane Green, of opposition coalition CRACIN
spokesman Danny Foulstone said: "We hope the new council will urgently review the PFI process to ensure further money and time is not wasted in pursuing an incredibly expensive project that has more viable, less costly and more ef-f ficient alternatives."
Jane Green, of CRACIN
, said: "The proposed pounds 1 billion PFI contract will cost the same as the entire redevelopment of Coventry city centre just to deal with the residual (non-recyclable) half of Coventry's waste which is rapidly disappearing.
But on Friday members of CRACIN were told that John McGuigan, director of city development for Coventry City Council, would attend in Mr Daly's place.
Danny Foulstone, of CRACIN, said: "I think it is a great way of opening up the debate.
CONCERNED...Keith Kondakor, Friends of the Earth, Jane Green, CRACIN
, and Stuart Price, site manager of Humber Road allotments DAMAGED...Jane Green and Stuart Price examine the allotment plot
Members of Cracin (Coalition for Recycling and Against Coventry Incinerator) tell viewers why they don't want a replacement "super-incinerator" in the city.
But Cracin claims incinerators limit the amount of waste the city can recycle and says there are better ways to deal with the left-over waste.
Now the Coalition for Recycling and Against Coventry Incinerator (CRACIN) has devised an alternative consultation asking questions such as: Many councils are trying to get to the point where almost no waste is left after waste reduction, reuse and recycling.
To fill in Cracin's alternative questionnaire, visit www.cracin.co.uk
To ensure that the public's views are heard, a campaign and petition has been started, 'CRACIN
' - Coalition for Recycling and Against Coventry Incinerator.