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Australian wine group BRL Hardy has pleaded guilty to two charges of dumping illegal winery effluent in a South Australian town and faces fines of between A$A240,000 and A$1.2m (US$132,000 and US$660,000). In the State's Environment, Resources and Development Court the company admitted two counts of contravening its environmental licence in February 2000 and June 2001.


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