So Scully, do you believe that all the fires in so-called recycling centres are definitive evidence of alien involvement? Or perhaps the farce of so-called re-cycling where rubbish is simply stored expensively because there is no longer any market for recyclables means that companies are torching their premises because they cannot afford to meet their financial obligations they undertook in order to win waste contracts? Or perhaps recycled rubbish is just more prone to the phenomenon of spontaneously convenient combustion?
13 October 2012 - Fire at Dublin recyling plant
15 August 2012 - ‘Olympic blaze’ at recycling centre remains mystery
13 August 2012 - ‘Largest London fire in years’ erupts at Dagenham recycling centre
28 July 2012 - North recycling plant fire one of biggest in years
17 June 2012 - Tavistock recycling centre fire
22 June 2012 - Suspicious fire at second Panda recycling facility
14 June 2012 - Extensive damage has been caused by a fire at a big recycling plant outside Slane in Co Meath.
27 February 2012 - Crews fight Haverhill recycling centre fire
Does any other type of industrial facility burn-down with such amazing regularity?
If we had an incinerator, at least we could get some benefit from all this heat.