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Anglian Water failed to properly maintain a sewage pumping station in Northamptonshire, leading to a two-day sewage leak into a stream.
BP Exploration Operating Company Ltd allowed unstablised crude oil to escape from a pipeline at its Sullom Voe terminal in Shetland seven years ago.
A retired former plant nursery owner disposed of unwanted pesticides by washing them into a patch of gravel. They escaped into a stream in Somerset, killing hundreds of fish. He later burned the waste pesticide containers.
Before Belfast Magistrates’ Court on 3 September, ISL Waste Management Ltd admitted polluting the river Blackwater with an oily discharge in 2016. It was the result of washing skips at its premises in Mallusk. The firm was fined £5,000 with a £15 offenders’ levy.
A mistake in a calculation and moving a gas sampling location led to carbon dioxide emissions from a floating production storage and offloading vessel to be underestimated, leading to insufficient emissions trading allowances being surrendered.
Three people have pleaded guilty to possessing mustard gas canisters and dumping them in a Lincolnshire lake and woods, breaching chemicals and environmental rules
Anglian Water has been fined £146,000 for polluting a Northamptonshire stream with sewage two years ago
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Details of the pollution incident that prompted South West Water to offer a payment of £350,000 to a local wildlife charity have been revealed by the Environment Agency
A Cambridgeshire anaerobic digestion (AD) firm has been ordered to pay a total of £45,000 in fines, costs and compensation after it polluted two fenland watercourses
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