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13 September 2019 — Press release
The Environment Agency is set to launch a review of permitted waste sites within the bio-waste sector, which includes composting, anaerobic digestion and mechanical biological treatment.
Anglian Water has been ordered to pay more than £156,000 for polluting a Northamptonshire brook with sewage.
27 August 2019 — Press release
A convicted waste criminal has had an additional 9 years and 4 months added to his current 7 and a half year fraud sentence. The defendant will now serve a total of 16 years.
21 August 2019 — Press release
The inland and coastal waters of England are home to a host of different fish species, but we can now add another name to that list, the Pacific pink salmon.
20 August 2019 — Press release
The Environment Agency has decided to retain the current coarse fishing close season on English rivers.
9 August 2019 — Press release
England has become one of the first countries in Europe where people will be able to receive flood alerts on their computer, phone or personal device through the Google Public Alerts map.
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