£4k fine after contractors kill protected species
The firm managing a hydro-electric scheme in Perthshire has been fined £4,000 for repeatedly failing to prevent contractors from polluting the River Lyon and significantly damaging the habitat of a rare musselShawater Limited pleaded guilty to allowing A&C Construction and Chic Kippen and Son, to carry out unlicensed work at its site on the banks of the River Lyon and the Inverinian Burn, which resulte
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