Not complying with F-Gas regulations:
The maximum fine of £200,000 could be applied to offences such as the intentional release of F-gases to atmosphere, breaches of the quota limits for placing HFCs on the market, and failure to comply with an enforcement notice.
Penalties ranging from £1,000 to the maximum £200,000 have been levied by the Environment Agency on 41 companies since the European F-gas regulation passed into GB law post Brexit.
The Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA) has fined a health food supplements manufacturer £75,000 for breaches of the F-gas regulation.
UK Environment Agency has issued penalties totalling over £1,000,000 on a UK company for breaches of the F-gas regulations. The company was issued with seven civil penalties, totalling £1,011,500. The company received a further penalty of £10,000 for failing to report imports of HFCs