Al Fayed challenges Invergordon EfW; Viridor boss on Radio 4; Hull fire dying down; Sita UK warns of email fraud
Al Fayed challenges Invergordon EfW plant
Former Harrods boss Mohamed Al Fayed is appealing to the Supreme Court to block the building of a waste incinerator in Invergordon, Scotland.
The BBC reports that Al Fayed’s company, Ross Estates, has gone to the Supreme Court to overturn the 2012 decision to grant planning permission for the project.
The Scottish government confirmed that Scottish ministers had been served with an appeal to the Supreme Court. A spokesman told the BBC: “As the legal process is ongoing, it would be inappropriate to comment further at this stage.”
Viridor boss on Radio 4
Viridor chief executive Ian McAulay was a guest on Radio 4’s Today Programme today, 3 October.
McAuley took part in The Friday Boss Interview feature, where he spoke about current affairs, the state of the economy and industry issues.
The programme can be listened to here.
Hull fire dying down
Firefighters are scaling down an operation to put out burning waste at Cleartech’s recycling facility in Hull.
The fire broke out on 2 October, and crews arrived on the scene to be confronted with an area approximately 100m by 150m of material on fire. Thirteen appliances initially responded to the call.
Humberside Fire & Rescue said that the operation has now been scaled back to just one appliance, although firefighters will remain on the site to ‘damp down’ areas.
Sita UK warns of email fraud
Sita UK is still being targeted by fraudsters using its email address, the company has said.
The warning comes after the firm realised that an email containing a potentially malicious ZIP file is being sent from the address ‘firstname.lastname@example.org’ and is entitled ‘Remittance Advice’.
Sita said: “We would like to reassure our customers and suppliers that the email was not transmitted from within our email system. The security of our IT networks has not been compromised in any way and that there has been no breach of data security. Sita UK does not send ZIP files and therefore any email claiming to be from a Sita UK email address containing such a file should be deleted.”