Mushroom packaging and distribution company appeared in court on 31 January 2017 for polluting the Battleton Broom in Evesham.
Walsh Mushrooms, a mushroom packaging and distribution company operating at the Vale Park industrial estate in Evesham, appeared in Cheltenham Magistrates’ Court yesterday (31 January 2017) and pleaded guilty to an offence of polluting the nearby Battleton Brook with the effluent of rotting mushrooms.
Product defect recall alert for Combinex Oral Suspension manufactured by Elanco Animal Health.
We wish to make wholesalers and veterinary surgeons aware that the VMD has been notified that Elanco Animal Health has issued a recall of certain batches of its combination fluke/wormer Combinex Oral Suspension for Sheep (Vm 00879/4084).
The Environment Agency has accepted an Enforcement Undertaking from Northumbrian Water following pollution incident.
The Environment Agency has accepted an Enforcement Undertaking which will see Northumbrian Water pay £375,000 to charities in the North East after it breached environmental permitting regulations.
The offer also includes actions for Northumbrian Water to improve its operations and infrastructure.
Industry has committed to improve accessibility for disabled passengers after talks with the Rail Minister.
Work to improve disabled access to toilets on trains and at stations is underway following talks between Rail Minister Paul Maynard and senior rail industry representatives.
Charities will receive more than £1.5 million for projects benefitting wildlife and the environment as a result of enforcement action by the Environment Agency, it was announced today.
Companies which broke environmental laws - either by polluting rivers, breaching permit conditions designed to protect communities or avoiding recycling – have agreed to make payments to a range of charities and have pledged to make improvements to avoid future offences.
The Environment Agency visited businesses in Tyne & Wear in an operation to tackle environmental pollution.
Environment Agency officers visited 30 businesses in Washington, Tyne & Wear in an operation to tackle environmental pollution.
Permanent and temporary placements rise 1 per cent year-on-year, yet permanent vacancies decline within IT and Finance, research reveals.
New survey data from the Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo) reveals that both permanent and temporary placement hiring has risen year-on-year (1 per cent each).
Investment in economic development will help developing nations speed up their rate of economic growth, trade more and industrialise faster, and ultimately lift themselves out of poverty.
Guidance to help large businesses report on how quickly they pay their suppliers will be published today (31 January 2017).
As the eleventh annual Data Protection Day approaches, Robert Guice, senior vice president, EMEAA at Shred-it, says, ‘For businesses of all sizes across the UK, protecting personal data, both physically and electronically, has never been more important.
Samantha Castle offers some advice on how to balance employee expectations and the needs of your business.
As more of us struggle to strike a balance between our work and family life, employers are increasingly being approached with requests for flexible working.
The law and flexible working requests
Latest Scottish Government Global Connections Survey shows the rest of the UK continues to be Scotland’s largest market for exports.
Keynote speech to the Advertising Association's LEAD 2017 summit
“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” Leonardo Da Vinci knew some stuff didn’t he? And he knew that slogans, or as we politicians put it, soundbites, matter.
Without the help of people who know how to express the core qualities of a service, product, or plan in straightforward yet captivating language, we are sunk.
In the week the UK’s Industrial Strategy was announced, Minister for Defence Procurement Harriett Baldwin met with Boeing International president Marc Allen to mark the successes of a joint initiative to build UK prosperity and growth agreed last year.
The Department for International Trade has today kicked off its largest ever international trade and investment campaign.
The UK’s Department for International Trade has today (Wednesday 25 January) kicked off its largest ever international trade and investment campaign as part of the UK government’s continued drive to be the business destination of choice.
Come and find out how agencies work together to regulate drilling activities
A group of public agencies is hosting a drop-in event in Wakefield to explain how they work together to regulate the onshore oil and gas industry and protect communities and the environment.
Defence Minister Harriett Baldwin signs a Maritime Patrol Aircraft declaration with the US.
Minister for Defence Procurement Harriett Baldwin today signed a P-8A Maritime Patrol Aircraft (MPA) declaration with her United States counterpart, Deputy Secretary of Defense Bob Work to further strengthen the uniquely close defence relationship between the United Kingdom and the United States.
To improve how we connect people and opportunities we’re rationalising our networks and closing _connect groups.
Innovate UK will be closing its _connect networking groups on 1 February 2017 to focus on building bigger, stronger innovation communities on LinkedIn.
A new communications framework is now available for government and public sector organisations.
The new Communications Services framework has proved extremely popular with suppliers, resulting in a number of small businesses signing up to work with government for the first time.
Joint statement by UK Secretary of State for International Trade Dr Liam Fox, and South Africa Minister for Trade and Industry Dr Rob Davies.
Secretary of State for International Trade, Dr Liam Fox, and the South Africa Minister of Trade and Industry, Dr Rob Davies, met in London today, Tuesday 24 January 2017, for bilateral talks.
ONS retail statistics reveal December’s High Street retail figures slumped to their biggest fall for over four years, while online sales rose 21.3 per cent.
The UK economy could benefit from a 3p cut in petrol fuel prices and a longer tax freeze from the Chancellor of the Exchequer.
Pre-Autumn Statement releases and announcement rumours of a continuing freeze in fuel duty till April 2018 show that the Chancellor of the Exchequer is looking to lower prices at the petrol pumps to steady the economy, according to FairFuelUK.