An enforcement notice ordering a halt to offensive odours from a sewage sludge processing plant in Glasgow is “unreasonable, inadequate and unlawful”, according to its operator
The London Legacy Development Corporation has ordered Telford Homes to cease work on a site near the Olympic Park due to a serious odour issue
Whistleblowers contacting the Environment Agency (EA) contributed to one ongoing criminal investigation and a handful of other investigations in the last financial year, according to the agency’s latest figures
Purina is planning to rip out the plasma-based odour control system at its pet food factory in Suffolk. It’s not the first time the technology has proved inadequate, finds Gareth Simkins
Consultants and ecologists give James Agyepong-Parsons insights into how to tackle some of the toughest challenges in environmental planning while still achieving sustainable development
The leader of the London Borough of Ealing has questioned the approach to land remediation being taken at London’s largest housing development and called for enforcement action by the Environment Agency
The High Court has dismissed an appeal against a decision by Shropshire Council to grant planning permission for a poultry farm on the grounds that its EIA was unsound.
The first ever enforcement undertaking accepted for an odour offence is an example of how the Environment Agency is beginning to make greater use of the tool to penalise environmental permitting offences, experts say. Conor McGlone reports
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