Waste director jailed for 15 months

The director of two sites that caught fire causing significant disruption in north-west England has been sent to prison in one of the Environment Agency’s “biggest cases”

by Conor McGlone
A fire  broke out in March 2014 at the Recovered Fuels Shipping site leading to the closure of a railway line. Photograph: Environment Agency
A fire broke out in March 2014 at the Recovered Fuels Shipping site leading to the closure of a railway line. Photograph: Environment Agency

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