From biofuelwatch: Last November, Rocpower, a subsidiary of Hargreaves Services, withdrew an application for a biofuel power station in Bramham, Leeds, following large numbers of local and national objections.
Now, they have re-submitted the same plans, asking for permission to burn both vegetable oil and tall oil (a co-product of pulp and paper production). Rocpower previously announced plans for at least six such biofuel power stations and they have submitted other applications in Sheffield and Barnsley. One of their power stations, in Wakefield, has already been running since December 2009, with major air pollution problems.
To find out more and register your objection please visit the biofuelwatch site.