A Leeds-based house building company has been fined £120,000 for illegally polluting a watercourse from a Huddersfield construction site. Company failed to control silt run-off from its Farriers Croft estate.
Two contractors have been ordered to pay more than £180,000 in fines and costs for polluting groundwater with over 11,000 litres of diesel during the re-development of Christchurch Hospital, Dorset.
First major Enforcement Undertaking secures more than £280,000 of environmental benefits for communities impacted by AWPR pollution
Following extensive investigations and enforcement action by SEPA between 2015 and 2017, the Construction Joint Venture (CJV) building the multi-million pound Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) have offered the funding in an Offer of Enforcement
Interserve Construction Limited (ICL) has been fined £54,000 with £5,955 costs after admitting a single incident of discharging silt-laden water into a tributary of the River Rother in Burwash, East Sussex on 1 October 2014.
Thames Water will face “its biggest ever fine” after pumping millions of gallons of untreated sewage into the River Thames, a judge has warned
Thames Water will face its “biggest ever fine” after pumping millions of gallons of untreated sewage into the River Thames, a judge has warned. The company admitted water pollution and other offences at sewage facilities
A clay company has paid a heavy price for a toxic discharge which saw a hazardous chemical enter a river near St Austell. In a case brought by the Environment Agency, Imerys Minerals have been
A Skellingthorpe business has been fined £15,300 and ordered to pay more than £9,000 in costs for polluting 3.5km of local watercourse.
A cracked pipe in a water treatment works caused the chemical leak that killed 1,600 fish in a County Down river, Northern Ireland Water has said.