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Councils in legal fight over waste facility

Two Welsh councils are locked in a legal battle over a mechanical biological treatment facility.The Western Mail reported that Neath Port Talbot Council will be suing Bridgend for around £5 million in connection with problems relating the Crymlyn Burrows Materials Recovery and Energy Centre (MREC), near the border of Neath Port Talbot and Swansea.Municipal waste from both council areas is disposed of at the plant, which processes material for recycling and ...

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