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Fresh air, energy, jobs & cheaper power proposed by Bundamba Candidate.

The foul stench that's gotten up the noses of Ipswich residents for years could become a thing of the past, under a $1 billion - job creating project. 
It's not a series of policies...it's the brainchild of the Independent candidate for Bundamba, Trevor Judd (pictured). 
The 62-year-old Brassall resident and tradie, wants to build a power plant fuelled by burning rubbish. 
His idea, described as 'clean and efficient' by the C.S.I.R.O and similar to that of Ipswich Greens Candidate Brett Morrissey, could eliminate Ipswich's dumping issue, turn the odours into energy, create jobs and cut power bills.
(Image courtesy of www.qt.com.au)

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