Stop-and-search has been rolled out by the SEPA to try and bring an end to cross-border waste crime in the UK
Four men have been landed with fines totalling more than £66,000 for the illegal use of waste for construction at a golf and leisure business in Kent
Operating a waste operation without an environmental permit has landed a Walsall man with a hefty confiscation order, costs and a community order.
A businessman hired to conduct drainage works on farmland has been fined for dumping inert waste in the Devon countryside
Tests on dredged mud from the Bristol Channel sea bed near the site of the Hinkley Point C power station have been robustly defended by the Welsh environment agency
EXCLUSIVE: The number of prosecutions for waste duty of care offences fell to 12 in 2017, compared to 93 in 2000, according to data revealed under a Freedom of Information request
Hotelier brothers and a haulier have been fined for landfilling waste without a permit
Flaws in the duty of care regime mean firms that flout the rules often get away with it, as highlighted by one consultancy registering a dead dog called Oscar as a waste carrier. But tighter rules could be on the horizon. Catherine Early investigates
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