Director of ‘drugs front’ waste firm gets community service

SEPA was alerted to a number of serious waste offences after a Scottish site used as a front for a heroin operation was investigated by police

Waste had been stored contrary to the requirements of the waste management licensing exemptions registered for the site. Photograph: SEPAA former waste company director in Scotland has been given community service for breaching waste laws at a site used as a front for a large-scale drug operation.

Sarah Nisbet was sentenced to 200 hours unpaid work at Hamilton Sheriff Court on 19 December. She was also made subject to a supervision order for 18 months and ordered to pay £16,547 under the Proceeds of Crime Act.

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