Javelin Park: a clean, green alternative

Tom Jarman, Co-founder of "Community R4C" is spearheading a campaign against the massive incinerator planned for Javelin Park by developing a community-led initiative to provide economic, social and environmental benefits for Gloucestershire by treating our waste as a valuable resource rather than burning or burying it.

Now that planning permission has been granted for the £500,000,000 incinerator, the Community R4C initiative is seeking to provide a green and much more cost effective alternative using the latest technology and funded by a community share offer. His slide presentation (which may be downloaded here) describes this exciting proposal and includes links to two short but very informative videos  

Take a look at the table below to see how the planned UBB mass burn incinerator compares with the R4C recycling plant... 

Tom Jarman and Dr Jonathan Whittaker gave a joint presentation to GCEJN on 14th July 2016. Community R4C are keen to hear from anyone who wants to be involved, become a follower or a member (investor - alongside some famous names!) 



Examples of activism
Webpage icon Climate demo on 17th June 2015 in London
Webpage icon Eco-pilgrimage from Gloucester Cathedral to Robinswood
Webpage icon Even small actions done prayerfully...
Webpage icon Javelin Park incinerator: update on the contract
Webpage icon Pilgrimage to Paris