Waste management firm in the clear over engineer’s death

A waste management company was cleared of health and safety failings today (mon) after an engineer was crushed to death at a recycling site. Russell Hartley, 48, was killed while helping to move a piece of machinery at Lea Riverside recycling site near Bow in east London on 24 February 2020. The ‘Trisomat flip flop screen’ acted as a vibrating conveyor to sort recyclables into different materials and was being removed from a building on the site. The ‘substantial and…

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