We spoke of broadening the focus of Tu Mai Te Toki.
He has gone away to crunch the numbers and asked to see a draft column so he could see how I write.
They believe the dioxins could be spread if the resource consent is granted and they want to leave the clean-up until further research has been done.
Listening to their points it seems there is an element of "not in my back-yard" and I reckon they have missed the point.
There are at least 36 sites in Whakatane, more across the country, and the Regional Council is using the project to trial the process with the hope that it could be used to clean up the other spots.