SEPA pushes for tighter controls on land spreading of wastes

New controls on the spreading of organic waste on farmland, including a ban on spreading blood and gut contents, have been recommended in a report by the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA). 1 The proposed regime would cover all organic wastes, including agricultural and industrial waste and sewage sludge, and would require landowners to prepare management plans.

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