The Environment Agency (EA) is warning that empty industrial units across the country are being increasingly targeted by waste criminals to dispose of thousands of tonnes of illegal waste
A two-year investigation by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and the Environment Agency (EA) into a defunct waste firm has resulted in significant fines and costs for its directors
Landlords cannot close their eyes to what is happening on their land, legal experts say, after the High Court threw out an appeal by a landowner against a conviction for ‘knowingly permitting’ an unauthorised waste operation. Conor McGlone reports
A civil engineering firm has been fined £50,000, with the same in costs, for destroying great crested newt habitat through the illegal dumping of construction waste
Plans for creating new civil penalties – and possibly new criminal offences – for keeping and selling invasive non-native species will be introduced in England and Wales, DEFRA and the Welsh government announced today
A Cornish waste disposal company has been ordered to pay £26,500 in fines and costs for illegally handling and disposing of hazardous waste including asbestos.
There is no swerving climate change and Emma Howard Boyd, chair of the Environment Agency, is facing the potential consequences full on. She talks to Rachel Salvidge about ongoing plans to protect the environment and why joined-up working is key
Companies agreed to pay out £938,500 for flouting environmental rules between February and May, new data released by the Environment Agency (EA) reveals, 8.8% more than paid out in the previous period.
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