Mayor Malcolm Brodie appears to be holding his breath on two fronts when it comes to the industrial-sized composter he was instrumental in bringing to Richmond.
One, the odours that waste-to-energy company Harvest Power are emitting across Richmond are “completely unacceptable,” said Brodie. Two, Metro Vancouver is set to issue a new permit for the company by Friday, however the City of Richmond will not be privy to reviewing it until it has been agreed to by both parties.
“What we want is a reduction in odours. It is that simple,” said Brodie, wearing his mayor’s hat.
“But we’ll have to wait and see,” what the new permit stipulates, added Brodie, chair of Metro Vancouver’s Zero Waste Committee and the National Zero Waste Council. read more >>