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Severn Trent has been handed two fines of £400,000 plus costs for allowing 3.8 million litres of sewage from a treatment works near Shrewsbury to be discharged into a stream for a year and a half
The Environment Agency has agreed 40 enforcement undertakings with environmental offenders, the greatest of which was a £250,000 donation by Yorkshire Water for a sewage pollution offence. The update, issued on 15 June, concerns undertakings agreed between 1 December 2019 and 31 May 2020.
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.
Anglian Water has paid out £84,000 for two separate pollution incidents in Norfolk, one of which led to the death of a number of fish
A water company has been fined £800,000 for dumping around 3.8 million litres of raw sewage into a Shropshire stream over a 17-month period
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
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