Ex-Recycler Gets Record Enviro Sentence Over Unpaid £1.3M

Law360, London (August 28, 2019, 12:38 PM BST) -- The jailed former director of a recycling company who bilked the government out of millions through fraudulent electrical recycling rebates has been sentenced to an extra nine years in prison after failing to pay back £1.3 million ($1.6 million). 

Terry Dugbo was found guilty in 2016, after he falsely claimed that his recycling firm had collected and recycled over 19,500 tonnes of household electrical waste in 2011. (Getty) Terry Dugbo had an additional nine years and four months tacked on to his current 7½ year fraud sentence handed down in 2016, the Environment Agency said Tuesday. Dugo will now serve 16 years...

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