Local business fined for burning waste

10th Nov 2017

A Gloucester based business has been heavily fined after being caught burning its waste inside a skip.

We occasionally come across businesses who still burn their waste, cardboard being a common waste type. This illegal practice is not the easiest to cover up, you only have to read about the business in the article below to see proof of this - they were caught red handed.

You can read more about this here.

Don't take the risk of burning your waste, you can easily have a heavy fine slapped on you and the smoke produced is no good for the environment.

QCR can help. Recycle your cardboard with a baler and not only will you be performing a perfectly legal form of waste management but your green credentials will rise significantly.

Oh and you save money, space and time on your waste as well...

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