April 2012
ENDS (Environmental Data Services);Apr2012, Issue 447, p47
This section offers news briefs related to environmental law in Great Britain. A fine has been imposed by the Bodmin magistrates on retailer Charles Robertson (Developments) Ltd. for polluting a tributary of the river Fowey. William Turner of Walnut Hill Farm has been sentenced by Nuneaton magistrates for illegally burning wastes. The Environment Agency gave GlaxoSmithKline a civil sanction after spilling caustic soda at its Worthing site in 2010.


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