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Restaurant prosecuted for blocking sewers with FOG
Severn Trent has successfully prosecuted a second restaurant for blocking the sewers with fat, oil and grease (FOG), which led to a nearby watercourse being polluted.
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- Restaurant prosecuted for blocking sewers with FOG Severn Trent has successfully prosecuted a second restaurant for blocking the sewers with fat, oil and grease (FOG), which led to a nearby watercourse being polluted.
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- Firm fined over chemicals dumped in sewers A Wolverhampton company has been fined £120,000 for dumping chemicals into Severn Trent's sewers.