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A Cambridgeshire anaerobic digestion (AD) firm has been ordered to pay a total of £45,000 in fines, costs and compensation after it polluted two fenland watercourses.
Three men have been fined for running an “orchestrated” fly-tipping operation in Havant which cost the Environment Agency (EA) £100,000 to clear.
A total of 25 civil penalties, totalling almost £147,000, have been issued for breaches of the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme, Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme and EU Emissions Trading System, according to update from the Environment Agency issued in July.
De Beers failed to comply with an enforcement notice issued under the Energy Saving Opportunities Regulations 2014, earning a financial penalty.
Xerox UK failed to submit an annual report on its energy consumption, as mandated by the CRC Order 2013.
Car hire firm Sixt failed to surrender sufficient allowances to cover its private jet travel in 2012, leading to a penalty of £34,927 from the Environment Agency.
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Details of the pollution incident that prompted South West Water to offer a payment of £350,000 to a local wildlife charity have been revealed by the Environment Agency
A Cambridgeshire anaerobic digestion (AD) firm has been ordered to pay a total of £45,000 in fines, costs and compensation after it polluted two fenland watercourses
On 24 July, a County Tyrone farmer was handed an absolute discharge by Magherafelt magistrates' court for allowing slurry to enter a waterway in 2017.
Two Nottinghamshire farming companies have been ordered to pay out nearly £30,000 after causing pollution that resulted in the death of 35 fish and caused a significant impact on the local groundwater
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