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Queen of trash and employees arrested over Sweden’s largest environmental crime

Eleven people connected to the waste management company Think pink have been charged with environmental crimes. The prosecutor describes the case to be very serious crime where Think pink company dumped tens of thousands of tonnes of waste across 21 locations in Sweden which lead to fires and toxic leaks. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2023/dec/28/queen-of-trash-arrested-sweden-largest-environmental-crime-nmt-think-pink

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  • Gorffly mokua

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    Hope Climate justice will be served accordingly!

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    • walter lungayi

      16 w

      I think this was to be a climate love to Sweden for arresting these 11 people.

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      • Jane Wangui

        16 w

        @walter_lungayi I think so too.

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        • Gorffly mokua

          16 w

          @walter_lungayi The warning is okay since it is directed to the perpetrators!

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        • Edwin wangombe

          16 w

          this is a good example of how crimes against the environment should be dealt with... we are looking forward to seeing more of such actions being taken against those who commit ecocide

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          • Joseph Githinji

            16 w

            @edwin_wangombe I agree, this is a great regulation that will help us save nature.

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          • Nelam Pari

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            we need to act ! a great example Sweden have created

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            • Edwin wangombe

              16 w

              @nelam_pari Sweden deserves more climate love for this bold move

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            • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

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              This incident underscores the critical need for stringent enforcement and accountability in the fight against environmental crimes. The arrest of individuals, including the self-proclaimed "Queen of Trash," associated with waste management company Think Pink, sheds light on the severity of their alleged actions. Dumping tens of thousands of tonnes of waste across multiple locations in Sweden, resulting in fires and toxic leaks, constitutes a significant environmental crime. Such cases highlight the importance of robust regulations and law enforcement to deter and punish those who jeopardize environmental sustainability. This serves as a stark reminder of the challenges in ensuring responsible waste management practices and the imperative to address such issues in the broader context of combating climate change.

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              • Edwin wangombe

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                @rukia_ahmed_abdi I agree... this will push people to practice responsible waste management practices

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                • Joseph Githinji

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                  @rukia_ahmed_abdi serves as a warning to those disposing anyhowly and a great example to the rest of the world how to deal with such crimes.

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                • Joseph Githinji

                  16 w

                  We need more regulations as such to stop environmental pollution around the globe. Kudos to Sweden for such prosecution.

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                  • Edwin wangombe

                    16 w

                    @joseph_githinji Sweden is doing an amazing job in protecting the environment

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                  • Saustine Lusanzu

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                    This is a bold move by Sweden! Eco side law is a must

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