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Brierley Hill campaigners fight waste site proposal

2 August 2014 Last updated at 15:35 BST

Protesters have called for plans for a waste recycling plant in the Black Country to be rejected.

They say the site, proposed for Brierley Hill, will smell bad, look awful and be potentially dangerous.

The area is already the location of an illegal rubbish mountain.

BBC Midlands Today's Audrey Dias spoke to campaigner Tim Lee, and Dudley County Councillor, Rachel Harris.

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