Scottish study cautions councils over sludge strategies

Scotland's most populous regions, Strathclyde and Lothian, have adopted radically different sewage sludge disposal strategies after dumping at sea is banned in 1998. A study by the Macaulay Land Use Research Institute suggests that Strathclyde's plan in particular may face difficulties because of shortages of suitable land for sludge disposal.1

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