Two men have been arrested in Chelsea and Hampstead Heath in connection with a nationwide waste crime investigation yesterday (Tuesday 13 February). In a joint operation by the Environment Agency, the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) and Government Agency Intelligence Network (GAIN), a 29-year-old … Continue reading →
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The Anaerobic Digestion & Bioresources Association (ADBA), the UK’s trade body for AD, has today labelled the proposals in the Environment Agency’s (EA’s) consultation on its Strategic Review of Charges as “unjustified”. The changes proposed in the consultation include significant increases in the … Continue reading →
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A Devon haulage and site clearance company faces a bill of more than £100,000 for dumping thousands of tonnes of soil and stone on farmland. The case was brought by the Environment Agency. CC Haulage & Sons Ltd is a … Continue reading →
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Earlier this week (24 January), Paul Tranter of Turnings, Knighton, pleaded guilty at Merthyr Tydfil Magistrates’ Court to a charge of failing to produce waste transfer notes for his business. The 49-year-old was fined £2,000, ordered to pay £1,782.68 in … Continue reading →
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There were 16 prosecutions of individuals or companies for waste offences in the North East of England in 2016, amounting to total fines of £62,763 and costs of £40,493, according to an Environment Agency summary. There were also two custodial … Continue reading →
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Judy Proctor, The Environment Agency’s deputy director waste regulation (assigned), offers some reflections on waste crime and looks ahead to the challenges to be faced in 2018, the wider waste strategy and working closer with you to beat the criminals … Continue reading →
A Devon skip company has been ordered to pay £5,500 in fines and costs for illegally burning waste. The case was brought by the Environment Agency. Tivvy Skips Ltd runs a small waste transfer station near Tiverton and operates under … Continue reading →
A man was caught out after GPS data was seized from the rental van he had used to illegally dump waste and he has now been sentenced at Nottingham Magistrates Court. Kirk McRoberts, of Waterloo Promenade in Nottingham, pleaded guilty … Continue reading →
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