Case law: Waste appeal against confiscation orders allowed in part
An appeal was allowed in part in the case of Environment Agency v Ryder. The appeal involved the owners of a waste management site appealing against confiscation orders imposed following their convictions for waste-related environmental offences.The appellants controlled companies that operated on a waste management site, on which the site tenant had an environmental permit to share and treat waste as a regulated facility. The site had its pe
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