We are pleased to announce that we have secured planning consent for Derwen Recycling Ltd for 24 hour operation of their Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) at Neath Abbey Wharf, Neath. Following a BS4142:2014 noise assessment, the preparation of a noise management plan and an operational noise assessment, Neath Port Talbot CBC were satisfied that the development would not result in any unacceptable impacts on the amenity of nearby residents or the local environment.
Approval Received for Bespoke Environmental Permit for End-of-Life Vehicle Storage, Depollution and Dismantling Facility in Avonmouth
We are pleased to announce that we have secured a bespoke environmental permit for PR Recycling Ltd for an End-of-Life Vehicle storage, depollution and dismantling facility at their new site on Severn Road, Avonmouth. Due to the nature of the operation and the site's proximity to the Severn Estuary SSSI and to Water Voles, a European Protected Species, we needed to prepare evidence to clearly demonstrate that the development would not cause any unaccetable impacts on the local fauna and flora. In addition we needed to prepare a comprehensive Fire Prevention Plan for the development, which was approved without modification. We wish PR Recycling the best of luck as they rellocate to their larger, more technically advanced recycling facility.
We are pleased to announce that we have secured planning consent for Oil4Wales for additional pumps for their bunker station operation at Three Cocks, Powys.
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