A plant run by the fossil fuel multinational, Ineos, at Grangemouth has been officially condemned as “very poor” for pollution.
Over a hundred campaigners are asking the Scottish and UK governments not to bail out the petrochemical giant, Ineos, during the coronavirus crisis.
Scotland’s most polluting companies have been named and shamed in a new database compiled by the government’s Scottish Environment Protection Agency.
The Scottish Government’s green watchdog is threatening court action against the petrochemical giant, Ineos, for failing to limit pollution from gas flaring near Grangemouth.
The petrochemical giant, Ineos, successfully pleaded with US authorities to reopen a pipeline that supplies fracking gas to Grangemouth.
Fracking industry condemned by international tribunal for harming humanity, violating human rights and damaging nature.
Mounting evidence on plastic wastes contaminating beaches, polluting the oceans and harming wildlife is putting pressure on industry.
The Grangemouth petrochemical giant, Ineos, has links with the offshore tax haven firm exposed by the recent ‘Paradise Papers’ leak.