Light touch waste regulation and the case of Cleansing Service Group

Fresh questions about the vigour of the Environment Agency's licensing and enforcement practices have been raised by its report on the major fire at a Gloucestershire waste treatment site last October. The report also reveals that the site was almost certainly operating unlawfully, recommends that emergency response arrangements need improving, and suggests that the chemical waste management sector faces tougher regulation as a result of the incident.

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