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  • Webinar: Better Incident Management is No Accident

    Safety is the responsibility of the entire organization. But creating a culture of awareness, duty and responsibility amongst your entire employee and contractor base is easier said than done. Dates 17 March at 4pm GMT – 12pm EDT – 30 minutes 31 March at 2pm BST – 9am EDT – 30 minutes During this webinar we will show how ...


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  • Taskforce urges people to report waste crime as it continues to target illegal waste activities

    Today, 18th June 2013, the Environment Agency works with Police, Road Haulage Association, Association of British Insurers, Vehicle and Operator Service Agency and Crimestoppers to crack down on waste crime. Environment Agency officers were out in force today setting up stop and searches and visiting waste sites to stop illegal waste activity that undercuts legitimate business and blights local ...

  • SEPA construction waste disposal warning

    All waste arising from construction work must be disposed of legally. This was the message from the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) today, after a site agent of a construction company was recently fined for knowingly causing the disposal of waste when there was no waste management licence in place.  Mr William McArthur was fined £500 at Airdrie Sheriff Court on Tuesday 1 April ...

  • OSHA deadline for 300A form just two days away!

    The deadline for employers to post their Summaries of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses is quickly approaching. Very soon the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) will begin verifying during inspections that companies are placing these forms in areas visible to their staff. As a result, many firms are scrambling to put together their logs in order to make sure that they meet the ...

  • Pensioner to pay 27,404GBP for unauthorised waste activities

    On 28 August 2013, John Roberts of Ludlow, pleaded guilty at Telford Magistrates’ Court to three charges concerned unauthorised waste management activities at Sherbourne Farm, near Ludlow. Mr Roberts (age 69) was fined 20,000GBP and ordered to pay 7,284GBP in costs, along with a 120GBP victim surcharge. The judge also granted an Order by the Environment Agency, requiring Mr Roberts to ...

  • Cracking down on waste crime in Midlands

    This morning, Monday 14 October 2013, the Environment Agency launched their Waste Crime Report for 2012/13 along with a new waste crime video, animation and regional statistics uploaded to their website. For the period 1 April 2012 to 31 March 2013, in the Midlands, we stopped (or brought into compliance) 166 illegal waste sites. But we are faced with the difficulty that as you close some sites, ...

  • Stourbridge man to pay over £5,000 for illegal waste activities

    Yesterday, 29 October 2013, John Parsons of St Marks Road, Lye, Stourbridge, was sentenced at Redditch Magistrates’ Court to four charges relating to illegal waste activities. He pleaded guilty at an earlier court hearing. The 36 year-old was fined £1,500, ordered to pay £4,096.05 in costs, along with a £120 victim surcharge totalling £5,716.05. The charges were ...

  • Firm and two men face £248,000 bill over illegal waste operations

    A waste management business and two men in Berwick-upon-Tweed have been ordered to pay a total of £248,000 after being convicted of waste crime offences. Frank Flannigan Junior, 45, of Mansfield Road, Tweedmouth was sentenced on Friday 17 January at Newcastle Crown Court in relation to the operations of his company DepotHire Ltd. His father Frances Clavering Flannigan, 78, of Etal Road, ...

  • Court orders £121,520 penalty for waste crime activities

    Local criminals and landowner plead guilty to a number charges brought by the Environment Agency for illegal waste site operations in Nottinghamshire. Concluding at Nottingham Crown Court on Friday 22 November, Bloom (Plant) Limited was fined a total of £21,000 and ordered to pay £25,000. Bloom Plant Limited were also ordered to pay a further £25,000 following an application ...

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