The owners and operators of a controversial contaminated soil dump site in Shawnigan Lake are appealing a BC Supreme Court decision.
The judgement handed down this week says the operation violated a local land use bylaw.
Two appeals were filed today with the province’s highest court.
One appeal by South Island Resources Management, the second by Cobble Hill Holdings and South Island Aggregates.
Both ask the Court of Appeals to revisit the decision.
They are also asking the court to stay an injunction preventing the importing of any more contaminated soil to the site.
In a statement, they say the decision is causing undue hardship.
A court date is set for April 6th in Vancouver.