Thirteen major environmental charities in the Greener UK coalition have begun working with a cross-party group of MPs to ensure the Repeal Bill does not “dilute” the force of environmental law in the UK. The MPs that back the amendment … Continue reading →
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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The Real Junk Food Project (RJFP) couls face prosecution for selling out-of-date food destined for landfill, after West Yorkshire Trading Standards (WYTSS) said it found more than 400 items past their use-by date in its Leeds warehouse. According to reports … Continue reading →
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The Trade Association Group (TAG), an umbrella body comprising the main organisations in the UK’s waste and resource management sector, has set out its top priorities for the next government. The Group’s statement says the next government should focus on … Continue reading →
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Four men have been jailed for their involvement in a people trafficking ring, which saw Polish workers forced into recycling centres. The workers were forced to work in legitimate recycling centres in the North East of England, with their salaries … Continue reading →
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Viridor is set to be prosecuted over the death of man who was run over by his own skip lorry at Derriford Hospital, in Plymouth, 2015. According to reports by the Plymouth Herland, the Health and Safety Executive is bringing … Continue reading →
Negotiations with the European Parliament on all four legislative proposals on waste – as part of the Circular Economy Package – will begin next week, after a negotiating mandate was agreed by ministers through the European Council. Negotiations are expected … Continue reading →
“Tidy Litterers” – those that place their litter on walls, down storm drains or carefully leave litter next to full bins – are the target of a new campaign #FFSLDN to help stem the flow of litter into the River … Continue reading →
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