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Environment Agency officers are reminding Yorkshire gardeners to make sure they dispose of their prunings and grass cuttings responsibly this Spring.
Work to reduce the risk of flooding on a Gateshead beck was put to the test for the first time this week following heavy rain in the area.
The children from Fordley Primary School will be working with local wildlife project Living Waterways to stencil yellow fish on roadside drains in a campaign to stop pollution like detergent, oil and paint getting into rivers and streams.
Environment Agency Wales is continuing to warn people to remain alert for flooding as further heavy rain is forecast for tomorrow.
The Environment Agency remains on high alert for flooding tonight and into Tuesday across the south of England.
The owner of a Plymouth removal and waste disposal company has been given a suspended prison sentence and made the subject of a four-month curfew after his vehicle was used to dump asbestos and other waste on an industrial estate in the city.
More than 60 waste vehicles were stopped and 53 waste sites were inspected in Environment Agency blitz.
A partnership of organisations have come together to celebrate the wild side of the Olympic and Paralympic Games this summer.
A team of specialist officers has completed repair works to underground sections of the tunnel housing Pent Stream which runs under houses in Folkestone.
Towards the end of last year, the Environment Agency made a number of archaeological finds whilst excavating for the new flood wall in Upton-on-Severn.
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