The Government is proposing to implement fixed penalty notices (FPN) for household Duty of Care offences related to fly-tipping, as it publishes a summary of responses to its January (2018) consultation on proposals to tackle crime. The proposals set out … Continue reading →
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A judge has told a Plymouth man he escaped prison “by the skin of his teeth” in a case brought by the Environment Agency. Connor Calam fly-tipped waste on the edge of Dartmoor while subject to a suspended prison sentence … Continue reading →
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The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) has responded to complaints of persistent flytipping at an illegal site in Fort William and is working with the local community to address the problem. On Monday 29 January, officers from the Scottish Environment … Continue reading →
Another successful Duty of Care prosecution in Corby is a reminder to all residents of how important it is to ensure their rubbish is dealt with correctly, Corby Borough Council says. Ursula Byrne of Gateford Court, Corby, was found … Continue reading →
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Natural Resources Wales has lent its support to ‘right Waste, right Place’, opening the campaign up to more businesses across the country. The waste awareness campaign will target small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) and other organisations throughout Wales with information … Continue reading →
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