Record fine received for Dairy Crest Limited for environmental offences
Dairy Crest Limited has been fined £1.5m for environmental offences, receiving the largest ever fine for an Environment Agency conviction in the South West.The Agency said that the company, which makes brands such as Cathedral City cheese, had had an unacceptable environmental performance for far too long. Its Davidstow Creamery site near Camelford in No
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