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The first phase of 2 innovative projects to reduce metal pollution from abandoned lead and zinc mines near Middleton-in-Teesdale has recently been completed.
The £2.5m flood scheme will held defend 26 homes in Toronto Close, after flooding of recent years. Protection includes an embankment, wall and gates.
Skipper skipped almost £400 in fees.
Fines, costs, and compensation total £20,391. Magistrates say the offence was committed for ‘greed and profit’
Environment Agency teams in East Anglia and Lincolnshire are today reflecting on the 10th anniversary of the 2013 floods.
Environment Agency takes further steps to modernise rod licencing to increase fishing benefits for anglers
In Lincolnshire and Rutland all 11 bathing waters have been classified as Good or Excellent.
Government and Environment Agency outline action to further improve bathing water quality.
Former company director from Epping given community sentence and £4,000 costs for illegally dumping waste in Gerrards Cross.
Yorkshire Water has paid a record £1million to charities after polluting a Harrogate watercourse, following an investigation by the Environment Agency.
The Environment Agency is urging businesses and the public to help in the fight against waste crime.
Brand new 70 metre 'Elizabeth Bridge' near Budleigh Salterton, East Devon, marks significant milestone for The Lower Otter Restoration Project.
Company and director to pay fines and costs of £13k for operating an illegal waste tyre storage site in Gateshead.
A Mytholmroyd school hit by several devastating floods in Calderdale is more resilient to the impact of climate change following a £450,000 project.
A tyre dealer and repairer has been prosecuted for failing to submit waste transfer notes when asked to move 844 tyres from his Derbyshire base.
The Pevensey Bay to Eastbourne Coastal Management Scheme aims to better protect 10,000 homes, infrastructure, businesses and other sites over the next century.
This Flood Action Week (20-26 November) the Environment Agency is urging people to prepare for increased weather extremes
Six fish pass projects on the Rivers Don, Black Brook, Rother and Ryburn are in development to help fish migration in Yorkshire as part of a new partnership.
Environment Agency focuses on personal and community safety
Proposals for a new flood defence scheme for Keighley and Stockbridge are on show at a community event this month.
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