Environment Agency to investigate Brazilian garbage ship

James S Murray
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Brazilian authorities accuse UK of illegally shipping hazardous waste into the country

The Environment Agency has confirmed that it has launched a formal investigation after allegations from Brazilian authorities that a ship currently being held at the port of Santos near Sao Paulo was used...

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