Alternative energy facility would create 400 construction jobs and 100 long-term roles in Boston - but councillors want more detail on its impact on town



A major new power facility in Boston which would use household waste to generate electricity would create 400 jobs during its construction.
Around 100 full time new jobs would be needed to operate it once it is up and running, members of Boston Council’s cabinet will be told at a meeting next Wednesday.
But although the council is generally positive about the scheme, concerns have been expressed about the size and scale of the project, and the amount of employment land it will take.
And members of a sub committee that discussed the plans earlier this month also raised concerns about... read more

 
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