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Carmarthenshire farmer Iwan Humphreys was ordered to pay more than £11,000 for an unpermitted discharge of slurry, which severely affected five kilometre stretch of the Afon Dulas in July 2019.
Persistent waste offender John Bruce, of Pershore, Worcestershire, has been told to pay a £2.1m confiscation order for operating an illegal waste site. Failure to pay within seven months would leave him with a seven-year jail sentence, on top of an existing 26-month sentence imposed in May 2018.
Haulage and waste management business Scott Bros was contracted to raise the level of a former landfill site in Stockton-on-Tees, but did so using contaminated waste and without a permit.
Housing developer Bellway Homes demolished a bat roost despite knowing that it was unlawful without consent from Natural England
Three insolvent airlines have been hit with the largest penalties on record for breaching emissions trading rules, while others have been ordered to pay up for CRC breaches.
Flybe, British Ceramic Tile, Bellway Homes and Severn Trent Water were among the firms handed the heftiest fines for environmental offences in 2020
Nuisance law has long been used to prevent water pollution, but could it be applied in a new way? A forthcoming case aims to test the water. Isabella Kaminski reports
A prized and protected river has been found 'bulldozed, straightened and reprofiled into a sterile canal, with all bankside and riverside habitats completely obliterated', according to the Herefordshire Wildlife Trust
Musician and campaigner Feargal Sharkey and founder of the Good Law Project Jolyon Maugham QC are poised to launch a legal challenge against a water company for regularly polluting rivers with sewage
The environment department has defended itself after receiving high profile criticism in the national press over its management of England’s water bodies and says it is investigating more than 700 sewage outfalls
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