Why the EA is under fire over hazardous waste in a Saxon pit

If the Environment Agency thought it could bury the small matter of 122,000 tonnes of waste deposited on the site of an old brickworks just outside the north Cambridgeshire town of Whittlesey – waste subsequently revealed to contain significant quantities of hazardous chemicals – then it was mistaken.

by James Fair
The Saxon Pit waste site at Whittlesey
The Saxon Pit waste site at Whittlesey

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