Businesses pay more than £1.5m to charities for breaking green laws

Michael Holder
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Businesses pay more than £1.5m to charities for breaking green laws

Environment Agency imposes civil sanctions on firms such as Heineken UK, Anglian Water Services, and Tata Steel

Charitable projects are set to gain more than £1.5m in funding raised from civil sanctions imposed on UK businesses over the past six months for environmental offences, according to data released yesterday...

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