£34k payout for toxic ‘bonfire’ party

The Environment Agency has prosecuted a man for illegally storing and burning waste in Suffolk

by Isabella Kaminski
Investigations found copper, lead and zinc levels in the bonfire's ash were significantly higher than the background soil levels for England and Wales (photograph: Environment Agency)
Investigations found copper, lead and zinc levels in the bonfire's ash were significantly higher than the background soil levels for England and Wales (photograph: Environment Agency)

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