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Environment Agency turns Spotlight on businesses who fail the environment [UK]

Author: Susanne Baker, Environment Agency [UK], Published on: 27 July 2004

[UK] Spotlight on business: environmental performance in 2003 shows the number of pollution incidents from industry was down 12% on 2002 and by 43% over the last two years...In a new turn, this year's report highlights a growing trend of personal liability for corporate environmental crime. [refers to companies singled out for positive impact: Polymerlatex, Lafarge, BAE Systems, Whiteley, PGarnett & Son. Also to prosecuted companies: Cleansing Service Group, Eurocare Environmental Services, Henkel, Southern Water Services, Thames Water (part of RWE), European Metal Recycling, Reefguild, Ford, Procter & Gamble, Laurent-Perrier, Interbrew, Rolls Royce]

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Related companies: BAE Systems Cleansing Service Group Eurocare Environmental Services European Metal Recycling Ford Henkel Interbrew (now InBev, part of Anheuser-Busch InBev) Lafarge (part of LafargeHolcim) Laurent-Perrier Polymerlatex Procter & Gamble Rolls-Royce plc RWE Southern Water Thames Water (part of RWE)