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A car parts company has donated almost £62,000 to a marine charity after it broke the law by operating for 14 years without registering as a producer of waste packaging.
A mechanical failure at a sewage pumping station in Glasgow led to a substantial volume of raw sewage entering the river Clyde.
Three contractors were seriously injured in 2018 when tonnes of lime slurry hit them when they were removing a pump at Fiddlers Ferry power station. The equipment is part of its flue gas desulphurisation system.
Wayne Hillard claimed to be only repairing cars, whereas he was in fact dismantling them, an activity controlled under the Environmental Permitting Regulations.
A grade 1 listed 19th-century country house in Nottinghamshire breached permit conditions attached to its sewage treatment system numerous times over two and a half years.
A £90,000 penalty for river pollution and £400,000 for an illegal car breaker were among the biggest fines handed out last month. ENDS looks at March’s most significant payouts
Polluting a site of special scientific interest and national nature reserve in Dorset two years ago has cost Wessex Water £85,000
Anglian Water has lost its appeal against a court decision ordering it to pay compensation to an angling club following a pollution incident that killed hundreds of fish
A brother and sister who stockpiled a huge quantity of waste at their premises in East Sussex have been disqualified from being company directors for three years and ordered to pay £33,000
Two men and a company they ran have been convicted of dangerously hoarding hundreds of tonnes of waste tyres, more than 15 times the amount their permit allowed
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