(Prague, July 24, 2016) The Czech Trade Inspection Authority carried out inspections at secondary raw materials buy-out centres in the first quarter of 2016 and detected violations of generally binding legal regulations in 44 out of 116 inspections, i.e. in 37.9% of cases. “Results of the inspection action proved that in spite of legislative measures taken and continuous inspections carried out by all inspection authorities it hasn’t been possible to fully eliminate breaches of generally binding legal regulations. Therefore the Czech Trade Inspection Authority will continue in these inspections during the upcoming period, especially in cooperation with the Czech Environmental Inspectorate,” said Mojmír Bezecný, the Director General of the Czech Trade Inspection Authority. 33 fines amounting to CZK 118,000 were imposed within the inspection project.
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