Public sector organisations across Neath Port Talbot joined forces this week in a special operation to crack down on rogue traders.
Two takeaway food businesses in Port Talbot have been fined for failing to display a valid food hygiene rating sticker in the proper way.
A Briton Ferry man has been fined £1000 for falsely claiming to be a licensed waste carrier and for failing to give cancellation rights to customers for whom he did gardening work.
Dog lovers are being reminded that the seasonal Aberavon Beach byelaws will take effect from 1st May to 30th September 2015.
Crown Crest (Leicester) Plc, an importer of unsafe batteries, which leaked acid and zinc, has been found guilty of obstructing Trading Standards.
Council Trading standards officers are warning consumers in Neath Port Talbot to beware of a current scam to con people into paying for computer repairs that they don’t need.
A number of consumers in the county borough have fallen prey to telephone scammers pretending to be from Microsoft.
Poundstretcher Stores Limited have been fined £10,500 after being found guilty of selling batteries that were unsafe - leaking acid and zinc.
Bonfire Night is fast approaching and Neath Port Talbot Council’s Trading Standards officers are reminding people of the dangers of buying fireworks from rogue sellers.
BDT Construction Ltd, a company registered in Swansea, has been fined £6000 after a company director pleaded guilty on its behalf to depositing waste without the relevant permissions. This followed action brought by Neath Port Talbot Council.
Stoptober is back and there are a number of things happening in Neath Port Talbot throughout the month!
Last Updated: 23.02.2015 at 15:26
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