Case law: Skip company fined £22,000 for illegal activity
The director of a Norfolk skip company has been ordered to pay £22,000 for operating an illegal waste site for more than a year.Skippy Industries Ltd, based at Riverside Farm, Setchey, near King's Lynn, was only permitted to store and treat waste indoors, within a certain area. However, the Environment Agency found stockpiles
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