Press Releases: Environmental Health and Trading Standards

  • Company pleads guilty to depositing waste
    13 October 2014

    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.

  • Smokers in Neath Port Talbot encouraged to quit for 28 days.
    19 September 2014

    Stoptober is back and there are a number of things happening in Neath Port Talbot throughout the month!

  • Food Safety Week
    16 June 2014

    Environmental Health Officers from Neath Port Talbot Council will be out and about this week to raise awareness of food hygiene issues during Food Safety Week.

  • Dogged pursuit of environment offences
    09 April 2014

    Council Waste Enforcement Officers are stepping up patrols on Aberavon beach in their bid to tackle environmental crime. Following complaints about dog fouling and littering on social media and from PACT meetings, Neath Port Talbot Council’s Waste Enforcement team will increase high visible patrols in the area.

  • UK Corporate Portal Scam
    12 March 2014

    Neath Port Talbot Trading Standards are warning local businesses not to respond to a mailshot that could result in a bill of almost £2400 over a period of three years.

  • Council takes action against environmental offences
    14 March 2013

    Neath Port Talbot Council's zero tolerance policy on flytipping, littering and dog fouling has resulted in three successful prosecutions.

  • NPT statement on horsemeat
    22 February 2013

  • Fake Fag Operation Stubbed Out
    12 December 2012

    A Port Talbot woman caught on CCTV with fake tobacco and cigarettes in a shopping trolley is £17,000 lighter.

  • Free Child Car Seat Checks
    12 June 2012

    Trading Standards, Road Safety Officers and car safety experts will be handing out specialist advice as part of this year's Child Safety Week.

  • Local residents raise alarm over rogue traders
    03 April 2012

    Council Trading Standards watchdogs are warning residents to be on the lookout for rogue building and home improvement companies.

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