Two Birmingham based companies have been prosecuted and fined for offences relating to the illegal disposal of waste.
Steven Micklewright of Kangs Solicitors sets out the circumstances.
The Circumstances | Kangs National Regulatory Team
Company 1 pleaded guilty to four counts under the Environment Protection Act 1990 of:
- Failing to comply with notices requiring written information as to how waste from the business was disposed of; and
- Knowingly, permitting controlled waste to be deposited on to land near to the business premises.
Company 2 pleaded guilty to one count of:
- Failing to comply with notices requiring written information as to how waste from the business was disposed of.
The Hearing | Trading Standards Prosecutions | Kangs Environment Law Solicitors
Company 1 was fined £10,000, ordered to pay £1,605 in clean-up costs and £975 in Prosecution costs.
Company 2 was fined £6,000, ordered to pay £1,605 in clean-up costs and £975 in Prosecution costs.
How Can We Help? | Trading Standards Solicitors Defence Solicitors
Kangs Solicitors have a wealth of knowledge and experience in dealing with all matters related to waste management and disposal.
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