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Residents in Cornwall are being urged not to be fooled by fly-tippers and use legitimate companies to get rid of their rubbish.
The Environment Agency is introducing new byelaws to help protect increasingly vulnerable stocks of salmon.
The Environment Agency has prosecuted Yorkshire Water Services Limited for illegally discharging sewage effluent into the Potter Carr Nature Reserve.
The Environment Agency is releasing new guidance encouraging the sports industry to kick plastics out of sport.
An angler has been fined £360 after he went fishing without a valid rod licence.
A man has been sentenced to an 18-month community order and fined £11,200 after pleading guilty to operating an illegal car-breaking operation at two sites in Billingham. The fine includes a victim surcharge of £900 and cost…
Flood gates in Yarm which reduce the risk of flooding from the River Tees are to be replaced following an extensive review by the Environment Agency.
More than £146 million will be invested in over 150 flood coastal erosion schemes across Yorkshire and the Humber this year.
Unique scheme to improve and maintain 240km of flood defences in the Norfolk Broads, one of Europe’s most important wetland areas
The Environment Agency is working with Northumbrian Water to open up the River Tyne to migrating eels, as well as carrying out a fish counter refurbishment.
Christopher Stokes prosecuted under Operation Angola
House boat owner given criminal conviction and £5,000 costs after failing to remove boat from public moorings following warnings
Swift action by Environment Agency officers has led to the closure and clearance of an illegal waste site at Parnell Street, Houghton-le-Spring.
Teams from BAM Nuttall, the Environment Agency and Bury Council have completed their “Helping Quinn” Project.
Tony Briggs-Price, of Barnby Road, Balderton, was successfully prosecuted by the Environment Agency for storing, treating and disposing of waste on land
Programme includes locks, docks and three new fish channels
Over the last 18 months, the Environment Agency's Waterways team has been working hard to create a pollinator paradise along the River Great Ouse.
Simon Mason illegally stored and burned waste at Holbeach home.
The Environment Agency has launched a 12-month pilot with Hello Lamp Post to give residents and visitors to Exmouth the opportunity to have a ‘conversation’ with the Exmouth tidal defence scheme.
A popular footpath on the lower Otter estuary will be closed for several weeks as vegetation clearance and the creek excavation stage of the work gets underway.
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