Tyre shredder appeals against SEPA permit rejection

A tyre shredder has appealed against the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) after it rejected a permit application on the grounds that he was not “a fit and proper person” to run his business.

Tyres stacked up. Photograph:
SEPA abolished exemptions for tyre recycling in 2016

A tyre shredder has appealed against the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) after it rejected a permit application on the grounds that he was not “a fit and proper person” to run his business.

Christopher Proudfoot has run Highland Tyre Disposals, a tyre recycling business at a site at Crosshills Farm, Alness since early 2014.

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