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Adnan Qazi, of Solihull, has found guilty of dumping rubbish, including doors, carpets, rugs, mattresses, bed bases, a chair, fridge and cardboard boxes as well as general household rubbish on land in Birmingham.
Malcolm Keys (Farms) Ltd admitted polluting the Castleroe Burna tributary of the River Bann, with whey in November 2018. A tank had rusted through and discharged into the watercourse via a field drain.
Brian Anthony Woods has been fined £4,500, with costs of £7,101.65 and a £120 surcharge for operating an unpermitted waste recycling site in Telford.
A discharge of sewage into a highly protected part of Dorset has cost Wessex Water dearly.
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.
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
A major wood recycling firm has been fined £200,000 with £30,000 costs for a series of incidents six years ago
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