AUSTRALIA: Southcorp fined A$118,00 after finally admitting effluent spill
Australian wine giant Southcorp has been fined A$118,000 today after admitting it was responsible for 8500 kilolitres of winery effluent that split into a Barrossa Valley river late last week. The company also pleaded guilty, in the Environment, Resources and Development Court, to failing to report the spill to the Environment Protection Authority.
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