A DISPOSAL firm specialising in liquid waste has applied to store a number of heavy goods vehicles at a Colchester courier site. 

BioMarsh Environmental, which is located in Waltham Abbey, offers expertise in liquid waste disposal and the clearing of sewers, septic tanks and waste removal of sewage and hazardous waste. 

The company has applied for permission to keep an extra nine goods vehicles and an extra trailer at the operating centre at Redhead Couriers, in King Edward Quay. 

The plans have now been published on the Public Notice Portal and land owners and occupiers near the operating centre can have their say on the application. 

Those who believe the use or enjoyment of the land would be affected should write to the Traffic Commissioner at Hillcrest House, 386 Harehills Lane, Leeds LS9 6NF and state their reasons of objection. 

The letter must be sent by June 4, as well as a copy of the letter to BioMarsh Environmental Ltd at Peartree Farm, Holyfield, Waltham Abbey, Essex EN9 2EW. 

A guide on how to make a representation can be found on the government’s website to help with making representations, objections and complaints.