Chatsworth company fined for waste exports

Chatsworth company fined for waste exports

A Chatsworth company which attempted to export 39 containers filled with waste scrap paper to India without a relevant permit has been fined R200 000. 

Durban Magistrate's Court
Jarryd Subroyen

Haashim's Agency, a waste paper company, committed the crime in November last year. 

The company pleaded guilty in the Durban Magistrates' Court on Thursday. 

”The conditions of the sentence is that the company pays a fine of R200 000 or in default undergo five years’ imprisonment. R100 000 of this fine must the paid by 15 January," says spokesperson for the National Prosecuting in KZN Natasha Kara.

“The remaining R100 000 must be paid in five consecutive monthly instalments of R20 000 each commencing on the 3rd of February with the final payment made on or before 3rd June.”


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