Permit refused for Anglesey waste recovery operation

Natural Resources Wales (NRW) has put a stop to plans to use 20,000 cubic metres of waste in a construction project in Anglesey

Trearddur Bay
Trearddur Bay is a noted beauty spot

Natural Resources Wales (NRW) has put a stop to plans to use 20,000 cubic metres of waste in a construction project in Anglesey.

Developer Eaden Homes requested an environmental permit for the operation in Trearddur Bay, on Holy Island. But the regulator announced that it had refused the application on Friday, citing an inadequate waste recovery plan.

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