‘The Environment Agency is urging businesses and the public to help in the fight against waste crime. Waste crime is a blight on our communities and environment. From blatant examples […]
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‘Over the last three years 4,500+ people have helped remove over 216,000 items of single-use pollution from the places they love We’ve estimated that there might be as many as […]
Notting Hill Carnival is Europe’s biggest annual festival in London that attracts 2 million partygoers over the August Bank Holiday. SUEZ recycling and recovery UK has been involved in the […]
‘The ban, promised as part of the government’s Anti-Social Behaviour Action Plan, will make nitrous oxide a controlled Class C drug under the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971. Earlier this […]
One of the ways to stop crime in the waste sector is through working with Government to improve the regulatory system to make it harder for crime to be possible. […]
Thanks to funding from the Police and Crime Commissioner for Devon & Cornwall (PCC), the Devon Community Foundation have funding available for projects and initiatives which contribute to the Police […]
This week at Newton Abbot Magistrates Court saw the successful prosecution of Colleen Hooper for fly tipping in Sainsbury’s car park Newton Abbot. Two black sacks along with a council […]
One in four Britons see the environment as an important issue for the country. Do you know how to spot waste crime taking place? This Environment Agency (EA) blog outlines […]
The Heart of the South West Trading Standards Service is reminding businesses, such as takeaways, sandwich bars. care homes and retailers who supply certain single use plastic items, that a […]
‘I have been fighting crime for the last 41 years. In that time, I have seen first-hand the damage caused by waste criminals, to lives, livelihoods, communities, and the environment.’ […]