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The Changing Face Of Environmental Regulation: A Challenge For Multi-National Business
Environmental regulation is changing at an exponential rate. Around the world there has been a significant strengthening of regulation, consisting not only of tighter new rules
UK
15 May 2019
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Ballast Water Management Convention…Here It Comes
As of 2017, all ballast water which is to be released into the environment will have to be treated first.
UK
27 Oct 2016
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A Price Worth Paying? Hefty Fines Continue As Businesses And Their Boards Are Held To Account For Regulatory Offending
Where the turnover of a corporate approaches a billion pounds, companies can expect fines that send a real message throughout the business.
UK
18 Jun 2014
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Environment Agency Confirms Not All Premises Dealing With Hazardous Waste Need To Be Registered
In 2009, the Regulations were amended so that all premises where hazardous waste was produced, collected or removed had to be registered with the EA.
UK
18 Jun 2014
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Any Old Iron? - The New Metal Licensing Regime
A new licensing regime introduced under the Scrap Metal Dealers Act 2013 (the Act) means tougher regulation of the scrap metal industry.
UK
14 Mar 2014
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Jail Time And Director Disqualification For Illegal Waste Operation
This case illustrates the Environment Agency’s willingness to prosecute individual directors as well as companies.
UK
14 Mar 2014
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New Year: New Waste Carrier Regulations
New Waste Carrier Regulations have been introduced and, as of January 2014, anyone involved in waste carrying, acting as a waste broker or dealer, or undertaking waste management duties will be required to register their business.
UK
14 Mar 2014
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The Waste Industry’s "Road Map" To Success
At the summit on 7 February 2012 , WISH identified 5 main strategy headings to ensure the industry achieves its goals.
UK
20 Jun 2013
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Waste And Recycling Sector To Clean Up Its Health And Safety Record
Over recent years, the waste and recycling industry has developed the unenviable reputation as being one of the most dangerous sectors for both employees and members of the public.
UK
15 Mar 2013
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