NI waste firm fined for fuel laundering offences

A business in Northern Ireland, its director and the landowner have been prosecuted for storing tonnes of untaxed fuel waste

by James Parsons
Chemicals can be used to remove diesel dye markers employed for tax identification purposes. Photograph: Antoni Halim/123RF
Chemicals can be used to remove diesel dye markers employed for tax identification purposes. Photograph: Antoni Halim/123RF

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