It is generally accepted that most of the UK’s waste is generated by businesses but there is neither a recycling target in place for C&I waste nor robust data to measure the scale of the problem. Conor McGlone investigates
Those involved in the deposit of construction waste intended as a flood defence broke both Natural England and Environment Agency rules, a court has heard
Two haulage companies and a family in Northern Ireland have been fined tens of thousands of pounds for dumping and storing waste illegally in County Armagh
PTS Demolition and Dismantling repeatedly ignored EA advice and as a result has been prosecuted for operating a waste facility without a permit
Two Essex directors of a road freight and recycling firm have received among the highest fines yet against individuals for illegal dumping
A Flintshire farmer has been given a conditional discharge and fined two thousand pounds for storing waste without an environmental permit
The environment department claims C&I waste arisings have fallen dramatically but the waste industry disputes its estimates
Two firms that have been fined after pleading guilty to waste offences have also been forced to pay out almost £1m in remediation costs
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