Teesside set for £100m renewable chemicals plant

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Developers seek further funding to build facility to convert waste into industrial chemicals

The UK's first facility producing industrial chemicals from domestic and commercial food waste edged closer yesterday as developers Solvert announced £200,000 worth of funding for a planned factory in...

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