Saturday 24 February, 2024

Plastic packaging tax could catch out baling contractors

Large-scale baling contractors have been warned they could be at risk of fines

Alex Black
clock • 1 min read
Plastic packaging tax could catch out baling contractors

Large-scale baling contractors have been warned they could be at risk of fines from HMRC due to non-payment of the plastic packaging tax (PPT), with many unaware they are liable for it. The tax applies...

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