‘Ecological disaster’: Spanish energy giant Repsol hit with further €5.5m fine for oil spill in Peru

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Spanish energy giant Repsol has been hit with almost €5.5 million in fines by Peru’s environmental authorities over an oil spill off the country’s coast last year. Three new fines were issued for “administrative responsibilities” relating to the spill, according to the Environmental Assessment and Monitoring Agency (OEFA). The company has already been forced to pay over €11 million for its poor handling of the disaster. Sweden is home to one of Europe’s largest carbon sinks – but is it being cared for properly?Tobacco companies must pay for clean up of discarded cigarettes in SpainHow disastro…

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