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The unpermitted dumping of hazardous waste at two sites in Lancashire has led to the prosecution of a company and four individuals.
A Staffordshire potato processing firm has been fined after its trade effluent leaked into a stream.
Scrap metal firm European Metal Recycling illegally sent 2,000 tonnes of automotive shredder residue to the Stowey Quarry landfill in Somerset. It was fined £400,000, with costs of £350,000 and confiscation order of £32,958 on top.
Amar Seth, the sole director of UK Environmental Ltd, brokered a deal to send European Metal Recycling’s car shredder residue to a landfill that was not permitted to receive it. His firm was fined £28,000, with costs of £83,000 and a confiscation order of £7,048.
Southern Water is to pay a record fine for thousands of illegal sewage discharges on the coasts of Kent, Hampshire and Sussex over 2010 to 2015. Costs of £2.5m were imposed by Canterbury Crown Court but have been contested.
Southern Water has found itself in the spotlight again after a serious sewage leak forced a council to close down a beach in East Sussex and the Environment Agency to advise against swimming at two others
The Environment Agency, a water firm and a fuel company are being coy about who is accountable for the pollution of the river Test in Hampshire. James Fair reports
Southern Water is in court today at the start of a four-day sentencing hearing for breaching its environmental permits 51 times over a five-year period, leading to more than 8,000 pollution incidents at wastewater plants in north Kent and the Solent
Clauses in the Environment Bill that would prevent the new Office for Environmental Protection from disclosing information related to its investigations, and would trump freedom of information rules, will be challenged by peers in the House of Lords today
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