UK: Food company fined for ignoring recycling laws
Surrey-based Fine Foods International has been convicted in a case brought by the Environment Agency for failing to take the necessary steps to recycle and recover packaging waste. Under legislation which came into force in 1997, all companies with an annual turnover of more than £2m which handles over 50 tonnes of packaging or materials a year are required to implement measures to increase the re-use, recovery or recycling of products or materials.
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