Planning setback for kilns using waste fuels

Planning permission is needed for the use of waste-derived secondary liquid fuel (SLF) in cement and lime kilns, according to Durham County Council. The move has delighted environmentalists, who claim that the use of SLF is "incineration by the back door". If the decision is backed by the courts, it may also have broad implications for any industry seeking to burn waste fuels.

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