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Dairy Crest under fire for 'fishy' smell at Davidstow Creamery

Locals have complained about a ‘fishy’ smell which was keeping them up at night.

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Dairy Crest under fire for smell at its Davidstow Creamery

Dairy Crest has said it was working on reducing the environmental impact at its Davidstow creamery, in Cornwall, after residents reported an unpleasant smell .

 

Residents have reported a smell in the middle of the night, coming from the facilities waste-water treatment plant.

 

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A spokesperson said: “Reducing the environmental impact of the Davidstow creamery is a core part of our planned £85m investment in Davidstow, and we plan to deliver major improvements in water usage and energy resilience.


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“We are working closely with the Environment Agency to address the concerns that have been raised and recent improvements at the waste water treatment plant are already starting to make a real difference.

 

“We will continue to consult with the EA and the local community to ensure we are addressing their concerns.

 

“Davidstow is central to our business and Dairy Crest is committed to playing a positive role in the community as an employer, as a customer of local farmers and as a good neighbour.”

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