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Grain site to become £8 million composting facility

Composting (25.08.06)

An £8 million composting plant capable of meeting local recycling targets “overnight” is to be built from an old grain processing site in North Yorkshire.

Selby-based company Mytum & Selby Waste Recycling announced this week that it is turning the site near Selby – which has the “ideal” infrastructure for in-vessel composting – into a 17-acre state-of-the-art facility.

The plant, known as the Maltings near the town of South Milford, will be able to store and process 32,000 tonnes of organic waste at a time using existing bunkers, silos and in-vessel units that are designed for grain in the brewing industry. More… LetsRecycle


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