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I run a small business on a small industrial estate. The business next door is a recycling company. This company has had numerous problems with the planners and environment agency. One of the planning restrictions is that they are not allowed to crush stone outside of a building due to noise and dust etc. They have been stockpiling waste concrete rubble etc and now have a mountain of material (literally) The planners now say that the only way to remedy the problem is to allow this company to crush it outside for 5 to 7 days to reduce the pile. This is approx 20 yards from my workshop. Why is the company not being made to take this waste off site. What can I do to stop this crushing? ?????
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Law
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