Municipalities to pay for waste from drug production

Municipalities to pay for waste from drug production

From now on, municipalities will have to pay for the removal of abandoned waste from drug production. Justice no longer wants to cover these costs, het Belang van Limburg said on Monday. These last years, more and more abandoned chemical products coming from drug labs have been found at the Belgian-Dutch border. So far, the costs for their removal and destruction, as well as for potential sanitation, were supported by Justice. But according to the “drug” expertise network of the General Prosecutors’ Board, these costs are not legal costs. “Legal…

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Bread prices will continue to rise after the decline in the wheat crop

Bread prices will continue to rise after the decline in the wheat crop

The cost of bread will rise after the effects of a dry summer pushed up the price of wheat by 25% to 30%. Store prices have already risen in recent months and are likely to continue to rise as Associated British Foods (ABF), Kingsmill owner, said the impact of its rising costs will be “reflected in our ongoing discussions” with retailers. The UK wheat harvest was about 13m tonnes in 2018 compared withup to 16m expected in a good year, sending prices up to £190 a tonne compared with £120…

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