Waste policy inertia prevents use of paper sludge in land restoration

Paper firm SCA Hygiene is being forced to send almost 100,000 tonnes of sludge to landfill instead of using it to restore disused colliery sites because of a wrangle over what constitutes "composting". The issue is linked to Whitehall's long delay in revising the list of exemptions from waste management licensing.

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