Porto Tolle: Enel executive sentenced for environmental disaster - FFT Ecology News

Porto Tolle: Enel executive sentenced for environmental disaster

The verdict on the disaster at the Enel factory in Rovigo province has arrived. Paolo Scaroni, CEO of Eni and Franco Tatò, was convicted of the disaster and barred from holding public office for five years

Due to the environmental disaster at the Enel power plant in Porto Tolle, he arrived in the Council Chamber a few hours later, Former CEOs Paolo Scaroni (Paolo Scaroni) and Franco Tatò (Franco Tatò) were sentenced to three years in prison and banned from performing public office for five years. Scaroni is currently the CEO of the Eni Group, and at the beginning of the event he acted on Enel like Tatò.

The current chief executive Fulvio Conti, like other executives, was acquitted for lack of objective factors. These allegations are negligent but not aggravated disasters. Therefore, the management of the Porto Tole thermal power plant does not have any emission control mechanisms that threaten the health of the residents of the area.

According to the sentence, it condemned that “acts intended to cause disaster have been carried out”. This is why the top management of the organization at the time Enel who was directly responsible for the omission environment was condemned. The “historic verdict” highlighted the lawyers of the civil group Matteo Cerutti. The impact of “disaster” on health is yet to be determined, but relative compensation is required.

At the same time, Enel’s CEO has been condemned in the past and then appointed to be responsible for the management of the factory. He declared that he has nothing to do with the allegations: “I will appeal immediately. Given that the Enel factory in Porto Tolle always adheres to current standards, even when it happens I was surprised by this decision when the facts were disputed.”

The verdict on the disaster at the Enel factory in Rovigo province has arrived. Paolo Scaroni, CEO of Eni and Franco Tatò, was convicted of the disaster and barred from holding public office for five years

Due to the environmental disaster at the Enel power plant in Porto Tolle, he arrived in the Council Chamber a few hours later, Former CEOs Paolo Scaroni (Paolo Scaroni) and Franco Tatò (Franco Tatò) were sentenced to three years in prison and banned from performing public office for five years. Scaroni is currently the CEO of the Eni Group, and at the beginning of the event he acted on Enel like Tatò.

The current chief executive Fulvio Conti, like other executives, was acquitted for lack of objective factors. These allegations are negligent but not aggravated disasters. Therefore, the management of the Porto Tole thermal power plant does not have any emission control mechanisms that threaten the health of the residents of the area.

According to the sentence, it condemned that “acts intended to cause disaster have been carried out”. This is why the top management of the organization at the time Enel who was directly responsible for the omission environment was condemned. The “historic verdict” highlighted the lawyers of the civil group Matteo Cerutti. The impact of “disaster” on health is yet to be determined, but relative compensation is required.

At the same time, Enel’s CEO has been condemned in the past and then appointed to be responsible for the management of the factory. He declared that he has nothing to do with the allegations: “I will appeal immediately. Given that the Enel factory in Porto Tolle always adheres to current standards, even when it happens I was surprised by this decision when the facts were disputed.”