Old power station must meet new plant standards, Agency rules

Plans by coal producer Celtic Energy to recommission a 40-year old power station have been knocked back by the Environment Agency, which has ruled that the plant must meet the same emission standards as a new process. The case is an important test of the Agency's powers to drive forward technological improvements under integrated pollution control (IPC).

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