NRW refuses permit for convicted wood recycling company

Plans for a new wood recycling facility in Wales have been thwarted because of the developer’s poor compliance record and its inability to demonstrate it has changed its practices

by Conor McGlone
In 2016 South Wales Wood Recycling pleaded guilty to breaching its permit conditions and keeping controlled waste in a manner likely to cause pollution or harm to human health. Photograph: Natural Resources Wales
In 2016 South Wales Wood Recycling pleaded guilty to breaching its permit conditions and keeping controlled waste in a manner likely to cause pollution or harm to human health. Photograph: Natural Resources Wales

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