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J G Pears

J G Pears now comes under the regulation of the Environment Agency.  To report any complaints, please email [email protected] or contact the Customer Contact Centre on 0800 80 70 60 (24/7). This will ensure that a formal record is logged on the incident system and can therefore be assigned to the relevant team. 

To report odour notifications or complaints directly to the JG Pears Factory please email [email protected] or you can contact them by phone on 01636 821218


Update from Paul Whitby, Chairman of Normanton on Trent with Marnham Parish Council - 18th December 2018

There will be representatives from the Environmental Agency and J G Pears present to answer your questions at the meeting of the Parish Council to be held on January 8th at Normanton on Trent Village Hall at 7.30pm.  It is important to share your views and report odour complaints to ensure that the EA are kept aware of the situation.  In July there were 180 complaints recorded by the EA, in September there were just 6.  This is your opportunity to put your questions directly to the Environment Agency.