Controversial waste project awarded environmental permit despite council opposition

Natural Resources Wales (NRW) has granted an environmental permit for a controversial waste transfer station for refuse-derived fuel (RDF) at Pembroke Dock, despite opposition from its town council.

NRW said Milford Haven Port Authority, which is leading the project, had demonstrated that it can meet all the legal, environmental and health requirements of UK, Welsh and European law to receive a permit and operate the waste site.

However, the mayor of Pembroke Dock Town Council, Gordon Goff, said he was “disappointed” with the decision and that Pembroke Dock was “not the right place to store transport mixed household and commercial waste”.

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