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A company that would like to run a proposed Metro Vancouver compost facility in Langley says there's no need for Township councillors to be concerned.
Councillors have expressed worry over possible smell from rotting food, and contamination of a nearby environmentally sensitive area.
But Sam Tamrack of Glenval Organics says they will stick to yard waste and clean wood chips only.
"The proposed building will be an enclosed system in the way of forms of leachate. Any leachate that would come off a pile would be recycled back into the pile, or put into storage holding tanks.
Langley councillors were also upset there was no public consultation.
Tamrack says they will be holding sessions in January.