Porthill Park Cricket Club’s first team captain Daniel Hancock, who works for Environmental Essentials, has helped his team win the Premier cricket Division.
Asbestos has been found at an ongoing rubbish fire in Staffordshire. The fire - made up of 1,000 tonnes of waste, mainly shredded wood - has been burning for more than two weeks at Oak Farm in Rugeley.
Parents at a school near Wells have been told there is no danger to their children, from asbestos pollution, during neighbouring demolition work.
The use of asbestos was banned in 1999 and campaigners warn that the legacy of the material will continue for decades with case numbers unlikely to peak for another 20 years.
A Hertfordshire-based home improvement company has been fined after the unsafe removal of asbestos material from a domestic property.