House of Commons
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EDM #862
Tabled 09 December 2013
2013-14 Session
That this House notes that residents who live in close proximity to meat rendering and other processing plants such as waste and recycling plants are frequently subject to appalling odours making life miserable for them; further notes that local authorities find the current law and regulations regarding odour control wholly inadequate to protect residents from offensive smells; and therefore urges the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs to undertake an urgent review of the legislation and regulations regarding the control of offensive odours and specifically a review and strengthening of the provisions under BAT34 and SG8 to enable effective control by local authorities, and a review of the legislation relating to the transportation of animal by-products and the permitting of meat rendering plants and other odour-producing establishments.

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