High levels of dioxins found around the incinerator Ivry-Paris XIII
February 7, 2022
Analyses undertaken by the ToxicoWatch foundation around Europe's largest incinerator have found high levels of dioxins, many above health standards and among the highest in Europe.
The fumes of wrath: in a Paris suburb, the largest waste incinerator in Europe could be
École de journalisme de Sciences Po / 19 avril 2022
The two chimneys of Ivry-sur-Seine’s waste incinerator have been releasing their white fumes into the sky of Paris for more than 50 years. Now, after a study uncovered “exceptionally high” levels of certain pollutants around the plan, locals wonder if the fumes have been poisoning them.
Des concentrations élevées de dioxines ont été détectées à proximité de l’incinérateur d’Ivry-Paris , qui traite des milliers de tonnes d’ordures ménagères par an.
8 février 2022 , Reporterre
Biomonitoring in Spanisch Basque Country. In the Northwest of Spain, just across the border of France, in the Basque Country, Euskal Herria, an incinerator has been built in the municipal district of Donostia-San Sebastián, in the place called Zubieta, finished in 2019, and coming in operation in 2020. The complexity of the chemical content of today’s household and industrial waste presents a challenge for turning modern waste into energy in (WtE) waste incinerators. How safe are incinerators? ToxicoWatch performs biomonitoring research in the environment of the incinerator in Zubieta.