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What does TAIST stand for?

TAIST stands for Tintagel Against Inferior Sewage Treatment

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SWW wanted to build a primary treatment works for sewage from the villages of Bossiney and Tintagel. But the county council rejected its application after people in the area called for a secondary treatment works and a public inquiry was held. The planning inspector has now agreed secondary treatment is needed and SWW will have to submit new plans. Primary treatment removes solid waste material, with secondary treatment cleaning up the waste using filters and bacteria. It seemed a no-brainer really Richard Hardy, Surfers Against Sewage Objectors, led by local group Tintagel Against Inferior Sewage Treatment.
Photocall: The legends will arrive at 9:30am outside the Public Inquiry venue at the GAIA Energy Centre, Delabole to press the case for adequate sewage treatment on Tuesday 7th November. Here they will also join local campaigners from Tintagel Against Inferior Sewage Treatment.
South West Water's (SWW) application for a primary treatment works in the village of Bossiney was turned down by the county council. SWW already has permission for a fine screening unit in nearby Tintagel, but the county council and people in the area want a secondary treatment works. SWW says it is committed to delivering environmental improvements. When the county council turned down the Bossiney application, SWW appealed and the decision has now been "called in" by the Secretary of State for the Environment. During the inquiry, a government inspector will hear evidence from all sides, including local protest group Tintagel Against Inferior Sewage Treatment.
Objections to the applications were lodged by local resident group TAIST (Tintagel Against Inferior Sewage Treatment) who were concerned that the proximity of the villages meant their discharges should be considered equivalent to those of a single larger settlement, and should therefore be subject to a higher level of treatment than South West Water proposed. As a result of these objections the case was called in for a decision by the Secretary of State.
The scheme was rejected after objectors called for a secondary treatment works to provide a higher level of effluent treatment to that proposed by SWW. Objections were also lodged by local resident group TAIST (Tintagel Against Inferior Sewage Treatment.
Objections to the applications were lodged by local resident group TAIST (Tintagel Against Inferior Sewage Treatment) who were concerned that the proximity of the villages meant their discharges should be considered equivalent to those of a single larger settlement, and should therefore be subject to a higher level of treatment than South West Water proposed. As a result of these objections the case was called in for a decision by the Secretary of State.