Rugby landfill rejection underlines tough approach to hazardous waste

RMC subsidiary Rugby Cement has suffered the ignominy of chalking up the first rejected application for a hazardous waste landfill permit under the Environment Agency's programme to bring sites up to EU landfill Directive standards. Its competitor, Castle Cement, has secured a permit for an in-house hazardous landfill - but another of Castle's applications looks to be in doubt. Syngenta, Ineos Chlor and Alcan have yet to have their applications determined.

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