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The R Plevin & Sons Ltd waste wood site near Barnsley caught fire repeatedly in 2014, leading to pollution from escaped firewater and the temporary closure of a sewage treatment works.
Waste tyre processing firm Synergy Tyres (Midland) Ltd and was ordered to pay £11,250 and its director Andrew Eyre, from Northampton was handed a 12-month prison sentence, suspended for 12 months, with 120 hours of unpaid work, for storing tyres in breach of permit conditions at two sites.
A brother and sister and their company have been prosecuted for breaching two enforcement notices, permit conditions and instructions to provide information to the Environment Agency about their waste business in East Sussex.
Heartlands Furniture (Wholesale) Ltd was ordered to pay £13,348 in total in September after admitting breaches of the Timber and Timber Products (Placing on the Market) Regulations 2013.
Waste site manager Adam Wilcott has been handed a 12 month prison sentence, suspended for two years, ordered to pay £2,308 and banned from the waste industry for five years due a series of environmental permitting offences. The firm he worked for, Highgate Services Ltd, was fined a total of £18,800 and ordered to pay £2,338.
England’s nature regulator has never brought a successful prosecution under environmental damage, species licensing or heather and grass burning rules and has only once prosecuted under the environmental impact assessment regulations, official data reveals
A former council officer has been given a suspended prison sentence after being convicted of two counts of fraud for making false air quality readings while being employed by a local authority in Surrey
The illegal destruction of 73 trees has shone a light on the weak protection and enforcement afforded by the Tree Preservation Order system, finds James Fair
Thames Water has been fined £300,000 after three workers were swept along a sewer when a 150-year-old cast iron gate collapsed
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has doubled the CO2 price it uses to calculate penalties for companies found to have violated the Emissions Trading Scheme Regulations
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