Firms fined £99,000 for failing to report CRC data

Will Nichols
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Four companies, including the maker of Pritt Stick, penalised for missing deadline to submit data for Carbon Reduction Commitment

The maker of Pritt Stick and Schwarzkopf hair products is one of four companies to be fined a total of £99,000 for reporting failures under corporate emissions cutting scheme, the controversial Carbon...

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