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The Environment Agency has released thousands of fish to give stocks a boost and encourage people to go fishing.
Staff from the Environment Agency and Trent Rivers Trust have been showing their love of nature this Valentine’s Day, helping plant over 1,700 trees on farmland.
A man who failed to provide documents in an Environment Agency investigation has been fined.
Police and the Environment Agency are calling on people to report suspicious activity
400 students are learning about what lives in the river and how they can help keep our rivers clean
A Teesside man has been fined following an investigation by the Environment Agency into an environmental permit breach at a motor vehicle site.
The pioneering project run by the Forestry Commission and Environment Agency is once again being offered in the North East and Yorkshire.
Environment Agency joins colleagues in roadside swoop on lorries and vans
The new flood scheme will protect 1,600 homes and 400 businesses in Ipswich over the next century.
The Environment Agency has released thousands of young fish into North East stillwaters this week to give stocks a boost.
A Leeds man has been ordered to pay back £1,373,060 he illegally earned after the conclusion of a proceeds of crime hearing at Leeds Crown Court.
Two drop-in events being held in Kirkstall to help inform people about the next phase of the Leeds flood alleviation plans
Vital work on a £1million flood alleviation project will start again in Earby next week
The Environment Agency has made a decision on an application made by Hydrosense Renewables Limited for a licence to abstract (take) water.
The Environment Agency has made a decision on applications made by Bristol Water Plc and Wessex Water Services Ltd for licences to abstract (take) water .
The Environment Agency has approved a variation to the bespoke environmental permit at the existing Palmers Wood oil and gas production site in Surrey.
The flood defence reduces risk to more than 7,000 Lincoln properties
Two men have been fined for fishing illegally at a North East pond following an investigation by the Environment Agency.
A haulage company has been fined £510,000 and its company director has been ordered to do unpaid work after they admitted illegally storing baled waste.
Bradford man pleads guilty to operating as an illegal waste carrier.
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