Sunday, 21 October 2012

Express & Star: "Foul smells threaten future of waste plant"

Link to web site (from September)

"The future of a giant waste plant in Staffordshire is under threat as residents, who say their lives are being blighted by foul smells, launch action which could see the £24 million site closed down.

"People living near the Biffa Anaerobic Digestion Plant in Heath Hayes say their lives are being made a misery. They met Biffa representatives, Environment Agency officials and Aidan Burley MP for behind closed doors talks, after the Express & Star was refused entry last night.

"... Launched in spring 2011, the plant aims to process up to 120,000 tons of food waste every year. The digestion site is equal in size to two football pitches."

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