ETVN 23022011


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Edie TV News February 2011 Round Up * We'll be looking at one local authority's council's plan to use the energy from cremating dead bodies to heat a swimming pool. * Author turned anti-litter campaigner, Bill Bryson, to force rail companies to clean up their acts. * A report claiming families living near to petrol stations are much more likely to suffer serious illnesses. * A report of the UKs top 100 emitters * Energy secretary, Chris Huhne's, comments on the Feed in Tariffs (FITs) and what it could mean for large solar schemes. * And, I'll also be taking a look at Belfast's plans to become a wind turine hub.

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