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High Court hands lifeline to council faced with £67 million losses

A council faced with losses of £67 million from its disaster of a recycling facility has been handed a lifeline by the High Court.    Neath Port Talbot Council set up the Crymlyn Burrows waste recycling centre on the border between Neath and Swansea with the aim of treating up to 170,000 tonnes of waste a year. Since its inception in 2002, NPTC and Bridgend County Borough Council have been sending their waste to the facility for composting, recycling ...