SEPA continues to struggle with persistent poor performance

There has been an overall improvement in compliance at Scottish industrial sites but some of the worst offenders are still proving intractable

The Caledonian Cheese creamery in Stranraer has performed poorly for many years. Photograph: Mary and Angus Hogg/geograph.org.ukThe Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) is continuing to struggle with persistent poor performance at industrial sites, its latest data shows.

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