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Always saying no causes illegal fires - Salvini

Disagreement with M5S over waste incinerators continues

Always saying no causes illegal fires - Salvini

Rome, November 16 - A disagreement between the Deputy Premier and Interior Minister Matteo Salvini and his 5-Star Movement (M5S) coalition partners continued on Friday after the League leader proposed installing waste incinerators for household rubbish in every province in the southern region of Campania. The illegal burning of waste in a big problem in Campania. The M5S rejected the idea, with its leader, Deputy Premier and Labour and Industry Minister Luigi Di Maio, saying household waste was nothing to do with the illegal fires as the problem mostly regarded industrial refuse. "The percentage of trash collected separately for recycling is almost 20 points lower in Campania than in other Italian regions," Salvini said. "In 2016 Campania exported 300,000 tonnes of refuse to other parts of Italy and Europe at a cost of tens of millions of euros. There have not been any interventions for years. "There are 13 waste incinerators in Lombardy that do not pollute, they produce energy and wealth. "Those who only say No, all the time, provoke toxic fires and illnesses". Salvini's call for waste incinerators across Campania has stirred "tensions in the government," Di Maio said Friday. "I'm sorry that Salvini has decided to launch into this row and create tensions in the government," said Di Maio, who is also labour and industry minister. "I'm sorry about this row over incinerators because it is based on an issue that should not be raised since it is not in the government contract. "We have an environment minister (former regional Carabinieri commander Sergio Costa) who discovered the Land of Fires and knows Campania, so we entrust ourselves to him. "My family lives there and I'm the most worried person". Transport and Infrastructure Minister Danilo Toninelli, an M5S bigwig, said Friday the party was against installing waste incinerators across Campania but the dialogue with the League would continue. "With the League we are talking, but we are against (incinerators)", Toninelli said. "The issue is not in the government contract to which we are bound and so we must find a synthesis". Costa also stressed that incinerators were not in the government contract.

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