Water pollution caused by British Steel's faulty procedures

British Steel has been prosecuted for its third water pollution offence since last July. The company was fined £2,000 after pleading guilty to polluting a stream with machine tool lubricant from its pipe mill at Seaton Carew, near Hartlepool.

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