Demolition firm fined for deliberately flouting waste rules

PTS Demolition and Dismantling repeatedly ignored EA advice and as a result has been prosecuted for operating a waste facility without a permit

The firm was advised by the EA numerous times. Photograph: Environment AgencyA demolition company in north-east England has been fined £3,500 for deliberately breaking environmental laws.

PTS Demolition and Dismantling, which operates out of Hackworth industrial estate in County Durham, was prosecuted for operating a waste transfer station without a permit at Newton Aycliffe Magistrates Court on 5 July.

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