Environmental Case Law Summary, July 06

Once again Edie News and Semple Fraser team up to bring readers the latest on legal cases which impact on environmental industries in the UK and Europe. Amongst the updates on offer in this month's roundup the EU ruffles feathers over firm approach to bird law, shipping companies put the UK in the dock over new pollution laws and a piggery accused of illegally dumping waste into public sewers saves its bacon by recalling a verbal agreement.

  • Validity of ship pollution law questioned [Restricted]

  • Ireland puts EC's nose out of joint by going over its head [Restricted]

  • Verbal agreement saves piggery's bacon [Restricted]

  • Council loses waste case [Restricted]

  • Water service rapped for unlawful connections [Restricted]

  • Glass firm's hopes shattered [Restricted]

  • Residents kick up a stink over burning rubber [Restricted]

  • EU to get tough on bird law [Restricted]

  • Oil-as-waste case rumbles on [Restricted]

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