Messed up

July 2009
Utility Week;7/17/2009, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports on the participation of United Utilities in managing a reporting scheme against illegal waste dumping, along with the British Environment Agency, in order to evaluate such problem on private land in 2009. According to the Environment Agency, about 94% of private landowners were affected by such dumping practice. Environmental Agency project manager Gerald Lea explained the measures to be done by the agency in order to achieve the goal of lowering the impact of illegal waste dumping.


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