SEPA focuses resources on waste enforcement

Scottish firms breaking environmental regulations were fined more than £250,000 in 2012/13, SEPA’s latest enforcement report shows

by Isabella Kaminski
SEPA's new apporach to regulation has been used at Strathclyde Park to help deal with water quality. Credit: Stuart Nicol/Glasgow 2014
SEPA's new apporach to regulation has been used at Strathclyde Park to help deal with water quality. Credit: Stuart Nicol/Glasgow 2014

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