A judge has ruled the dumping of contaminated soil may resume on a Shawnigan Lake industrial site.
South Island Resource Management asked the court to stay an injunction that stopped the company from accepting contaminated soil, while it appealed an earlier BC Supreme Court decision.
That earlier decision determined the zoning did not permit the dumping.
The judgement issued today ruled the work could continue, to allow the company to fulfill its commitments on six existing contracts.
That could result in 100 tonnes of contaminated soil being deposited at the Stebbings Road property.
The appeal on zoning is expecting to be heard in August.