Air quality challenge for composting plants
Ammonia from open-air composting plants could damage sensitive environments, including sites of special scientific importance, according to a study for Dorset Waste Planning Authority.1 But the Composting Association says that requiring in-vessel operations near such sites would incur "enormous" costs and harm the industry.
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- 1 An assessment of possible air quality impacts on vegetation from processes set out in the Bournemouth, Dorset and Poole waste local plan, available from Air Quality Consultants, www.aqconsultants.co.uk
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