£133k fine for inadequate COMAH plan
A Midlands engineering firm has been fined £133,000 after its emergency plans failed to prevent fire-fighting water and chemicals polluting the River Anker, killing 27,000 fishIn April 2010 a large fire broke out at Abbey Metal’s Nuneaton metal finishing works and in tackling the blaze a “cocktail of hazardous substances” was washed into the River Anker. Birmingham Crown Co
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