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Over one million homes now signed up to flood warning service
Residents of West Auckland and South Church will be better protected from the risk of flooding, when the Environment Agency completes repairs to a 600 metre stretch of flood wall this week.
The Environment Agency's Environmental Crime Team enlisted the help of Norfolk Police to arrest and detain a Norfolk man believed to be operating an illegal waste transfer station in King's Lynn.
A dairy distribution depot in Essex was fined £30,000 for allowing milk to escape from their premises and pollute a watercourse in Barking.
The director of a leisure company has been fined £6,600 after burying hazardous waste illegally on an Oxfordshire golf course.
Works to improve fish and wildlife habitats near Peterborough have been praised by anglers and local residents.
The changing weather forecast will provide a boost for visitors and beach-goers this summer as water quality at some of Wales’ most popular beaches is likely to improve with more settled weather, according to Environment Agency Wales.
Waste which has been left on land in Oswaldtwistle, Lancashire will now be removed.
Environment Agency Wales is encouraging people to give fishing a try at many of the events organised in Wales as part of National Fishing Month.
More than 1,400 extra homes and businesses in Yorkshire will today automatically receive free flood warnings from the Environment Agency.
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