EPA S33

Starbucks fined £160,000 over trade waste

On August 12, 2016, in EPA S33, Fixed Penalty Notices, Litter fines, Local Authorities, Trade Waste, by PeterSilverman
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Starbucks fined £160,000 for leaving trade waste out to early

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Council sponsored fly-tipping?

On May 26, 2015, in EPA S33, Local Authorities, by PeterSilverman
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Are householders and commercial organisations in breach of the law by placing plastic bags of refuse on the highway for collection? Are councils who permit such actions also breaking the law? Bags of refuse on our pavements are are unsightly and a danger to pedestrians, particularly to the elderly, the blind, the disabled and mothers […]

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Environment Agency asked to investigate breaches of EPA S33 by Westminster and Brighton Councils

On May 11, 2015, in Environment Agency, EPA S33, Local Authorities, Trade Waste, by PeterSilverman
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Environment Agency asked to investigate breaches of EPA S33 by Westminster and Brighton Councils

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Environmental Protection Act – Section 33

On May 11, 2015, in EPA S33, Local Authorities, Trade Waste, by PeterSilverman
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It is an offence to deposit waste on land without a permit including placing bags of refuse on the pavement for collection

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Trade waste collection – L B Westminster

On May 11, 2015, in EPA S33, Local Authorities, Trade Waste, Waste Authorities, by PeterSilverman
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Westminster Council allow trade waste to be deposited on the pavement in contravention of EPA S33

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Brighton council in breach of law over refuse bags

On April 29, 2015, in EPA S33, Local Authorities, by PeterSilverman
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Brighton & Hove City Council are breaking S33 of the Environmental Protection Act by allowing residents to place their refuse bags on the pavement.

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Kerbside collection of domestic waste

On November 17, 2014, in EPA S33, Local Authorities, by PeterSilverman
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Under S33 of the Environmental Protection Act it is illegal for councils to permit householders to put their waste out in the pavement, verge or kerbside for collection.

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Green waste problem in B’ham

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Birmingham City Council in breach of the Environmental Protection Act by failing to remove green waste bags from the roadside.

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