Green light for development of £165m plastics recycling facility in Cheshire

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Green light for development of £165m plastics recycling facility in Cheshire

Cheshire West and Chester Council have approved plans for a new Plastic Park which will aim to recycle 367,500 tonnes of plastic every year

Cheshire West and Chester Council have given the green light for the development of a new £165m Plastic Park in Cheshire, which aims to recycle over 350,000 tonnes of plastic annually and help slash carbon...

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