Agency wants ASBOs to fight green crime


More use should be made of anti-social behaviour orders to prevent environmental crime, according to the Environment Agency.

The call came following the first issuing of an ASBO for environmental crime last year – imposed to prevent the owner of a skip and plant hire business from repeatedly burning skips full of rubbish rather than disposing of it legally.

EA chief executive Barbara Young said: ‘The public damage to reputation of an ASBO, community service order or jail sentence may act as a more effective deterrent than a fine representing little more than back pocket cash to many.’

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