Accused toxic waste dumper Graham Leslie White is facing up to $34 million in fines for allegedly owning one of the largest illegal waste dumping operations in Victoria’s history.
- Graham Leslie White’s waste disposal company is in liquidation and he has declared bankruptcy
- Cleaning up the Lemon Springs site is likely to take 18 months
- Since the dump was discovered laws have been changed to increase the prison sentences for such activity
The Environmental Protection Authority has laid 118 charges against Mr White over almost 9,000 cubic metres of chlorine, fumigation chemicals and flammable material allegedly found in underground containers on a property at Lemon Springs, near the South Australian border, in 2019.
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