Baden-Württemberg: concrete waste from nuclear plants: country prefers VGH

Karlsruhe (dpa/lsw) - The state of Baden-Württemberg wants to enforce before the Administrative Court (VGH) Baden-Württemberg that concrete waste from the dismantling of nuclear plants can be stored at a landfill in the Enzkreis district.

Baden-Württemberg: concrete waste from nuclear plants: country prefers VGH

Karlsruhe (dpa/lsw) - The state of Baden-Württemberg wants to enforce before the Administrative Court (VGH) Baden-Württemberg that concrete waste from the dismantling of nuclear plants can be stored at a landfill in the Enzkreis district. This was initially prohibited by the Karlsruhe Administrative Court (VG) at the end of April. An appeal has now been lodged with the VGH, said a spokeswoman for the regional council in Karlsruhe on Wednesday. The dispute revolves around the question of where the waste generated during the dismantling of the nuclear power plants in Philippsburg may be taken.

The Enzkreis had refused to accept the concrete waste. From his point of view, the affected landfill in Hamberg is not approved for this type of waste. The regional council then granted the district an exemption without being asked. On the other hand, the Enzkreis sued successfully before the VG Karlsruhe. The judges had decided that an exceptional permit should not have been imposed on the Enzkreis without an application and against its will.

Two companies responsible for the disposal of the waste had also failed before the VG - in this case the Enzkreis was the defendant. It was initially not clear whether an appeal would be lodged in these proceedings. According to a spokeswoman, the VGH did not yet have any information on this.

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