Waste exemptions are changing following a review by the Environment Agency. Changes the previous consultation provide indicators of the changes coming.
Two company directors jailed after five men died after a wall collapsed. The directors ran a Birmingham metal recycling business where a wall toppled over.
County Durham man sentenced after waste burnt on land near Derwent Reservoir following Environment Agency investigation.
A corporate manslaughter prosecution by Dorset Police has resulted in convictions for a waste management company and its director.
A waste and recycling company has been sentenced for corporate manslaughter and other health and safety offences following the death of a man at a site in Poole. A company director has also been sentenced in connection with the incident.
A North East waste operator sentenced to 30 weeks imprisonment, suspended for 18 months following a successful prosecution by the Environment Agency.
Waste wood prosecutions have resulted in fines and costs totalling £61,380 on a West Midlands company director and his waste wood recycling operations
Waste company fined for illegal sewage operation at Warminster. Waste management company Cleansing Services Group Ltd, has been fined more than £72,000 after it treated sewage without a permit, despite knowing that they were acting illegally.
Observations from Spain looks at some of the differences in health, safety and environmental regulation in Spain and the UK
Amputations lead to fines for a Leeds waste management business and Jacksons consultants look at the guidance on equipment available for employers
Jacksons consultants consider a recent duty of care fine and the guidance which waste holders should comply with when transferring their waste to others
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