Firefighters are still at the scene of a huge warehouse blaze, one week on since the fire erupted.
A crew will remain at the industrial building at Lancashire Fuels 4 U in River Lane, Saltney, to monitor the site.
Although the fire is out and crews are no longer damping down, they will stay on site as a precaution in case it erupts again.
An investigation into the cause of the blaze, which broke out shortly after 8am last Tuesday, is expected to get underway with the situation now under control.
Yesterday, the Daily Post revealed how environment chiefs had ordered Lancashire Fuels 4 U to move tonnes of recycled waste at the warehouse, months prior to last Tuesday's fire ball.
Now, Natural Resources Wales confirmed they issued a notice to remove the waste, which was being contested by the company.
David Powell, Environment Manager, Natural Resources Wales said: “Natural Resources Wales issued Lancashire Fuels 4 U with a notice to remove waste from their site at River Lane, Saltney in December last year.
“The company has appealed against the notice and legal proceedings are ongoing.
“We received an application for an environmental permit from Lancashire Fuels 4 U in January 2014 to turn the waste into biomass fuel but this application is still under assessment and no environmental permit has been issued.”
The Daily Post has made repeated attempts to contact Lancashire Fuels. These have been met with an answer phone message stating that the “office is unattended at present”.
The company established itself at the former Bostik plant at the end of 2013.
Witnesses to the blaze described how they saw flames "coming out of the side (of the building)."