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New capacity part of "larger jigsaw"

A waste management company is to implement equipment that will sort up to 70,000 tonnes annually, but harbours far greater ambitions. The Dunstable Waste Group (DWG) has been thwarted by county planning officials in its attempts to build a new plant at a brownfield site in South Bedfordshire, but a new picking deck to be implemented at its existing premises in the area should push its recycling rate up to the 50% mark. DWG managing director Robert Firbank ...

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