Ammonium nitrate licences in Truro and Falmouth come under the microscope, as experts ask how internationally-accepted rules and regulations went so badly wrong in Beirut

Posted By on 6th August 2020

By Anne North Local councils in Cornwall have granted at least three licences for the storage of large quantities of ammonium nitrate, the chemical now identified as responsible for the…

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  1. Fraddon, is part of St Enoder Parish. We are all part of Goss Moor, and the very large clay works. We have a resident population of around six thousand people, and a further six thousand coming to work in our large industrial estates each day. so i am sure that all these thousands of people would like to be informed as to where such a dangerous commodity is being stored in their area. Does any one know?
    Elizabeth Hawken

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