Soil clean-up plant clears licensing, planning hurdles

Attempts to commercialise a novel process to turn contaminated soil into glass have moved a stage forward following a planning decision by Kent County Council. Its ruling was that the operation will not need a waste disposal licence if polluted soil is blended off-site and delivered in sealed containers, when it will be treated as a glass-making material.

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