(UK) – Failure to properly document and manage e-wastes has left the Plymouth City Council facing fines and fees of nearly £12,000 and allegations that its residents’ e-scrap wound up in Africa. Council workers at the civic amenity sites, where waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) is collected, ...
Council fined for neglecting duty of care for WEEE
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