Waste centre gas may power albury homes in East West, but it’s not enough to keep them warm.
The council expects to make a £2 million investment this month on a new fire station, making the waste centre less reliant on a diesel generator to be fully operational.
Local resident Tom Tait admits residents will probably feel the impact of a switch to gas rather than electricity in the short term, but argues there’s more to save on the heating bills.
“The town council has invested £100,000 to build a new gas station in the town centre so we can make that decision for the residents. The electricity costs have jumped in tmgm 바카라 조작he last few weeks when we don’t have gas,” he said.
“So, if that gas goes, we will have to make changes to the way we use heaters.
“It might not be so bad for some people, but for me I think they’re paying more 부산콜걸because we have gas as an option rather than electricity.
“That might have cost me as mu카지노 신규 가입 머니ch as the diesel that I buy in some of the supermarkets, and the fuel tax, it’s not helping people in any of those areas.
“To me, I’m hoping for a little bit of the windy side of things.”
A spokesman for West of England Fire and Rescue service said: “West of England Council is working closely with the UK Government to develop a number of improvements to the operation of the Albury Community Gasification Centre and will be providing more details of the community’s plans in due course.”