EA ‘says smelly landfill emissions falling month-by-month’

The Environment Agency has said that hydrogen sulphide emissions at a Staffordshire landfill site, which has made headlines over the past year due to odour problems that have blighted the local area, are falling on a “month-by-month basis” and the regulator is on track to meet a High Court-set requirement to cut emissions at the site, according to reports.

by Michael Donnelly
The EA said since May, hydrogen sulphide levels have been falling. Photograph: Stop the Stink
The EA said since May, hydrogen sulphide levels have been falling. Photograph: Stop the Stink

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