(From Aberdeen Press & Journal (UK))
Residents living close to a site earmarked for a pioneering waste treatment facility near Elgin have condemned the proposal.
They fear their rural idyll will be spoiled if an anaerobic digester is built at a disused building at Lochside Farm, Findrassie.
Mike Geddes, of the firm behind the project, Integrated Biogen Limited, said a local solution to treating biodegradable waste had to be found.
The facility would help Moray Council meet its environmental objectives, he said.
The machinery would work like a giant stomach, processing up to 1,000 tonnes of biodegradable waste a year during a trial …