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Over the last 12 months over 10,000 calls have been made to the Environment Agency’s 24 hour incident hotline reporting a range of environmental incidents.
The Environment Agency will host bathing water seminars for beach controllers across the South West this week.
On Tuesday 24 April, volunteers will be helping the Environment Agency and Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust with landscaping works on the River Chelt in Priors Norton, Gloucestershire.
The Environment Agency in the North West is working with the Freshwater Biological Association (FBA) on a project to make our data more widely available and accessible to the public.
A proposed Environment Agency scheme to manage flood risk in Warrington is one step closer to fruition.
Communities in the South West can for the first time see how erosion could affect their coastline in future, in a series of online maps.
Environment Agency Wales officers will be testing a vital part of Llanrwst’s flood defences this Sunday (April 22).
Local residents are being invited to a drop-in session with the Environment Agency to discuss flood risk management proposals for Coton, Tamworth on Thursday 26 April 2012.
A North Yorkshire village will soon be better protected from flooding when the Environment Agency starts work this month on new flood defences.
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