Biffa Waste fined over £500,000 for illegally exporting contaminated waste

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Fine follows Environment Agency investigation

Biffa Waste has said it is seeking to appeal the verdict

One of the UK's biggest waste management companies has been ordered to pay almost £600,000 for breaching export regulations, in a sentence handed down at Wood Green Crown Court on Friday. In June, a...

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