Dairy fined £30k over spilt milk
A Berkshire-based dairy business that supplies Kraft foods and baker's Kingsmill has been fined £30,000 after milk from one of its depots polluted a nearby waterway, causing "extensive fungal growth" and damaging the natural environmentMedina Dairy, one of the UK’s largest family-owned dairy processing firms, pleaded guilty to breaching its environmental permit in January 2011, after the Environment Agency traced pollution in the Bu
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