Animal renderers in court over air pollution controls

The air pollution control regime established by the Environmental Protection Act 1990 is entering a litigious phase, with the animal by-products rendering industry leading the way. A Cheshire rendering business is seeking a judicial review of an appeal decision by the Environment Secretary while fighting a separate enforcement action in the courts, while a Nottinghamshire company is also challenging an attempt to revoke its authorisation.

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