Licensing rules derail major bioremediation project

A land bioremediation project in Kent has collapsed following a ruling by the Environment Agency that it would need a waste management licence. The decision, which means that 17,000 cubic metres of contaminated soil will instead be hauled to landfill sites, adds to a long-simmering dispute between the Agency and the remediation industry.

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