Director fined £25k for allowing toxic silt dump
The director of a marine waste management company has been held responsible for his firm's illegal disposal of toxic silt in a Cornish seaside conservation area and fined £25,000A jury at Truro Crown Court found Peter Frampton, director of the company Oil and Water, guilty of offences under the Food and Environment Protection Act (FEPA) 1985, after his company failed to dispo
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