UK: Tesco tops fines list for environmental offences
British supermarket behemoth Tesco has been fined more than any other high street for environment offences last year, according to figures released by the Environment Agency this week. The Agency, which operates as a pollutant regulator, noted that Tesco was fined £30,000 for failing to prevent people leaving shopping trolleys in a river in Chelmsford.
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