Poultry firm submits new power plant bid

UK - Banham Poultry has submitted another application for a composting plant at Carleton Rode, near Attleborough.

The application is for a derelict site at Abbey Road, which the firm previously used for slaughtering, and would see up to 28,000 tonnes of waste processed a year.

The firm previously applied to build a renewable power plant on the edge of Attleborough using poultry by-products, but this was turned down by Norfolk County Council because of concerns about smell.

Banham Poultry appealed, with a public inquiry due in January, and it has also submitted a fresh application for the power plant.

Source: EDP24
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