Caroline Flint has welcomed plans to recycle the colliery waste at Rossington to prepare for the FARRRS link road and Inland Port development.
Caroline met with Tom Allchurch, CEO of RecyCoal Limited to disucss their plans to create 70 new jobs and a training centre for their business.
Said Caroline: "The fast stage of FARRRS and the Inland Port involves cleaning up a 12million tonne colliery tip and RecyCoal have got the expertise and plan in placed to do this.
"Their plan will not only create 70 new jobs, but will yield 900,000 tonnes of coal over 4 years, but will create a permanent trianing base for RecyCoal's future contracts."
Said Tom Allchurch, Chief Executive, "