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Golf course and regeneration cost benefits after quality compost pilot

Teeing off at an old open cast coal mine in Scotland will be made possible with more than 150,000 tonnes of quality compost. The site at Polkemmet will be transformed into two championship golf courses, leisure facilities and residential housing with support from the Waste & Resources Action Programme (WRAP). Site owners Ecosse Regeneration didnt want to import topsoil, so they joined WRAPs brownfield trailblazer programme after an earlier pilot study at the site. Four million cubic ...