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Liquid liabilities

The agricultural business carries many responsibilities, including managing the liquid by-products that could lead to water pollution. Fines and clean-up costs can be high but some are still getting it wrong. How can you avoid the pitfalls? More...


Simplify your spillage procedure

If there’s a spillage on your premises you want staff to act swiftly but with enough caution that they don’t make a bad situation worse. Use our template flow chart to make your expectations clear. More...


What action was taken after the incident?

If there’s an environmental incident, for example you have polluted a local river, dealing with the aftermath may involve a number of actions over a long period of time. Record this timeline on our new document. More...


How much could a pollution incident cost you?

If you were under the impression that the fine imposed by the Environment Agency (EA) would be the biggest cost if you cause pollution, think again. What can you expect your total bill to add up to? More...


Prosecuted for polluting a river

A restaurant owned by the renowned chef, Marco Pierre White, has been ordered to pay more than £38,000 for polluting controlled waters. How did it happen and what, if anything, can be learned from this particular case? More...


Splashing out on spill kits

A recent site inspection has highlighted that some spill kits are missing or damaged so you’ve decided to replace them. What are your best options to ensure you have enough to stay legal without spending a fortune? More...
Last updated: 31.03.2020

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