Contractor in the dock for first prosecution under IPPC

A caustic soda spill has cost engineering contractor Kvaerner almost £9,000 - and given it the dubious honour of being the first company to be prosecuted under the integrated pollution prevention and control (IPPC) regime. An unusual feature of the case is that the Environment Agency used powers to prosecute a contractor rather than the holder of the permit.

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