Bioaerosol emissions cause headache for composting

Open-windrow composting looks set to be heavily restricted under the Environment Agency's presumption against new composting plants within 250 metres of where people work or live because of concerns about the health effects of bioaerosols. Existing site licences will be reviewed after the Health and Safety Executive completes research into bioaerosol dispersion and health effects.

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