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Marathon Oil UK has been hit with a major fine after it left high-pressure gas pipework on its Brae Alpha platform to corrode and burst, putting the lives of its crew at risk.
The boss of a Lancashire garden centre, Stydd Gardens, has been ordered to pay more than £9,000 for three unpermitted discharges of sewage and one offence of failing to comply with an Environment Agency notice
Two linked Nottinghamshire farming companies, have been fined after they stored an excessive amount of maize silage on their land, leading to contamination of a pond and impact on groundwater. There was also a breach of storage rules for another pile of silage.
Wood panel manufacturer Kronospan has been fined £80,000 for breaching its consent to discharge trade effluent and making an unauthorised discharge into the public sewer network. Costs added almost £48,000 to the bill
A Norfolk farmer has admitted collected and burned hazardous wastes such as scrap fridges, freezers and dead animals, despite Environment Agency warnings. Brian Rutterford was handed a two-year jail sentence, suspended for two years, on 1 May by King's Lynn magistrates
Two Nottinghamshire farming companies have been ordered to pay out nearly £30,000 after causing pollution that resulted in the death of 35 fish and caused a significant impact on the local groundwater
A wood panel manufacturer has been fined £80,000 for breaching its consent to discharge trade effluent and making an unauthorised discharge into the public sewer network
The operator of two waste sites in Oxfordshire has been ordered to pay £42,000 for a number of offences including failing to control leachate levels and storing asbestos without the appropriate permit
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