EPA prosecutes Total Energy Controls Distributors Ireland Limited

On 12 January 2010 the Environmental Protection Agency prosecuted Total Energy Controls Distributors Ireland Limited at Dublin Metropolitan District Court.  The Company pleaded guilty to:

• Placing electrical and electronic equipment on the market at a time when the company was not registered as a producer of such equipment.
• Failing to apply to the producer registration body for registration or renewal of registration.
• Failing to declare the quantities, by weight or number of units, of electrical and electronic equipment placed on the market.

Judge Bridget Reilly heard details of the offences and imposed fines totalling €4,000 for four offences, taking the other four offences into consideration. Costs totalling €8,440 were awarded to the EPA.