Environment Agency civil sanctions
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The Environment Agency has published guide on the civil sanctions it is now able to impose
The Environment Agency has issued a quick guide to civil sanctions, which it has been able to levy since the start of the year.
The guide provides details on the areas where civil sanctions can be used – packaging, oil storage, water pollution, dangerous substances, land drainage, nitrate pollution, hazardous waste, fisheries and sludge – as well as the process for using them.
There are also links to sources of further information.
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