SEPA imposes penalties for ETS offences
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency has issued civil penalties to drinks company Diageo and glassmaker Ardagh Glass for emissions reporting failuresSEPA issued Diageo with civil penalties totalling more than £12,000 for falling to correctly report discharges from its bottling plant at Leven in Fife under the EU emissions trading scheme (ETS). Ard
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