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Crewe businessman faces bill of £84,000 for failing to comply with an enforcement notice.
Work is continuing on the £40M Radcliffe and Redvales Flood Alleviation Scheme.
The Environment Agency is working hard with the Government and other emergency responders to protect the public and environment from the effects of Coronavirus.
Guidance on using green spaces and protecting yourself and others.
A report has been published revealing the results of a five-week public consultation on extending the sea trout netting season in Yorkshire and the North East.
A natural flood management pilot at a farm in Earby has been successfully completed.
Court order prohibits importation of waste to Kingstand Golf and Country Club and an adjoining farm.
80 hours unpaid work and £10,000 prosecution costs for man who caused suffering to Derby residents.
People living in and around Coggeshall, Feering and Kelvedon have the chance to find out about the latest designs for a new flood alleviation scheme.
Thames boat-owner fined for missing river permit.
Offender illegally transported scrap metal without a licence
Reservoir owners and operators will be expected to apply a series of safety recommendations following lessons learnt from Toddbrook incident
The Environment Agency and partners from across the water industry set out how the action we need to take to meet our future water needs.
Environment Agency warns of possible flooding on the Severn Estuary
The Environment Agency is reminding anglers that coarse fishing on rivers and streams is closed for three months from Sunday 15 March.
A wide-reaching 'source to sea' natural flood risk management and habitat creation scheme for the River Don was launched yesterday with a day of tree planting.
Birmingham car parts company offered charitable donation after failing to register as a producer of waste packaging.
Wayne Hillard claimed he was repairing vehicles, not stripping them, but made £1.3m at his Westonzoyland compound.
Anglers across East Anglia are reminded that the coarse fishing close season starts on March 15, meaning they are unable to fish in rivers and some stillwaters.
The Environment Agency wants to hear from the public as it makes preparations to install a new demountable flood barrier for the Welney Wash Road.
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