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Water companies need to invest now to tackle leaks and prevent sewers overflowing during heavy rain, Environment Agency Chairman Lord Chris Smith will say today.
The Environment Agency has received over 150 responses to its recent public consultation on the draft Exe Estuary Strategy.
The Environment Agency is appealing for information after a large quantity of diluted paint was tipped into a surface water drain at Welwyn Garden City.
More action needed to help protect England’s seaside economy.
Residents of Reading are invited to celebrate the opening of the Fobney Island Wetland Nature Reserve. A celebration at the newly transformed island will be held this Friday 17 May at the reserve which is located adjacent to Fobney Lock.
Testing gets underway at England’s bathing waters today to improve water quality and protect England’s £3.6 bn seaside tourist economy.
Reginald Daldry and John Osmond, both of Gloucester were found guilty at Cheltenham Magistrates Court of elver fishing offences.
The Environment Agency and the MP for Arundel are hosting a public drop in session for communities that have been affected by odour issues from Lidsey landfill site, north of Bognor in West Sussex.
Excavations by Environment Agency contractors creating a new bird reserve on Teesside have revealed Bronze and Iron Age artefacts – and the remains of a former Roman settlement which was previously unknown.
Abbey Metals Limited was sentenced at Birmingham Crown Court on a charge of failing to take measures to prevent major accidents and limit their consequences to the environment. They had earlier pleaded guilty at Nuneaton Magistrates’ Court.
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