Tesco Stores Ltd has been ordered to pay over £8m in fines and costs after pleading guilty to a pollution incident. The incident, which occurred in July 2014, sparked a huge multi-agency operation involving the Environment Agency, Lancashire County Council, … Continue reading →
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The owner of a Cornish waste disposal business has been ordered to pay almost £80,000 in fines and costs for illegally storing and treating waste including asbestos at a site near Penzance. The site manager was also prosecuted and ordered … Continue reading →
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The operator of a waste site in Sittingbourne, Kent has been imprisoned for 8 months for the illegal disposal, sorting and treatment of construction demolition waste. John Millen, 50, trading as K.M. Millen Grab Hire, received the custodial sentence this … Continue reading →
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A 45-year-old woman has been sentenced to 6 months imprisonment after storing waste illegally, putting the community and environment at risk. Nessa Anne Thompson, of Thompson Waste Recycling Ltd was sentenced at Hull Crown Court last week in relation to two … Continue reading →
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Thames Water Utilities Ltd (Thames Water) has been fined an unprecedented £20,361,140.06 in fines and costs for a series of significant pollution incidents on the River Thames. The prosecution saw six separate cases, which caused widespread, repeated, sustained and avoidable pollution … Continue reading →
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An updated definition for refuse-derived fuel (RDF) trialled within the industry for six months will be adopted, following positive feedback, Defra has said. The aim of the definition is to help the Environment Agency regulate the RDF sector so that … Continue reading →
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A jailed Tyne & Wear business owner has had the environmental permit for his scrapyard revoked. The Environment Agency took action against Peter Wallace, owner of a scrapyard in Barmoor Quarry in Ryton, following a series of breaches of permit … Continue reading →
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Environment Agency enforcement officers, on the 14 February, paid unannounced visits to 14 sites across Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Surrey, Hampshire and West Berkshire in a bid to stamp out waste crime. Named Operation Arrow, officers targeted sites suspected of operating in … Continue reading →
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