Trago Mills fined £10k for sewage offences
Well-known west country retailer Trago Mills has been fined £10,000 for polluting waterways near its Cornish outlet, less than six months after being prosecuted for illegally dumping and burning waste at the siteCharles Robertson (Developments), the owner of Trago Mills, pleaded guilty to breaching its environmental permit by allowing poisonous, poor-quality effluent to be released from sewage treatment works
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