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Merseyside faces £30 million fines

From a list of five local authorities named and shamed, biggest offender Merseyside faces annual fines of up to £30 million for sending too much waste to landfill. While the National Audit Office (NAO) study also spotlights Surrey, Bradford, Leeds and Lincolnshire, it is Merseyside that it states has no chance of finding alternative disposal routes before drastic penalties are applied in 2010. The report suggests that there is a significant risk England ...

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