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After the Northern Ireland Environment Agency discovered a breach of consent conditions at Grange wastewater treatment works, it imposed an enforcement notice in May 2017, to be met within 12 months. But samples taken in August last year were still in violation.
A serious pollution incident that hit five kilometres of a Flintshire watercourse in 2017 has been blamed on a series of environmental permit breaches at a quarry.
A failure to properly label replacement pollution control equipment for older diesel vehicles, which might encourage them to be fitted to modern vehicles inappropriately, has led to a penalty of almost £14,000.
Stafforshire-based Enviro-Strip GB has been prosecuted for breaching its trade effluent consent conditions by Severn Trent Water. It far exceeded limits on phosphorus and zinc, despite describing itself as “market leaders in environmentally safe paint stripping for the automotive, manufacturing and process industries.”
A Total E&P platform experienced a software problem that resulted in inaccurate emissions measurements
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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