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Dozens of fish killed in Cambridgeshire incident.
A man has been fined over £5,000 after he burnt waste illegally for months on end at his Cambridgeshire home.
The Environment Agency has begun work to make it easier for fish and eels to swim up and down the River Frome in Yate, north Bristol.
The Environment Agency has successfully prosecuted an illegal waste operator who used land near in Newark, Nottinghamshire, to burn waste in 2018.
A Norfolk company has been fined after it was found to have harmed the habitat of water voles, a protected species.
Work to start to build bridge supports, piers and earth road embankment.
Trevor Sieley continued to store and burn waste despite repeated warnings from Environment Agency.
Liquid waste from chemical toilets, abattoir washings and other sources was injected into fields across Cornwall and cost two men more than £240,000.
The Environment Agency has created a new intertidal habitat at Calstock on the River Tamar in Cornwall.
Environment Agency extends long-standing partnership with the Wild Trout Trust to help improve river habitat for fish and wildlife
The Environment Agency and Eastbourne Borough Council are urging residents and organisations to attend one of a series of drop-ins and webinars.
The Environment Agency is urging anglers and rivers users to remain vigilant to suspicious activity after a man is fined for killing fish with banned equipment.
Environment Agency Chief Executive Sir James Bevan's speech on waste crime at a Let’s Recycle and Environmental Services Association event on Tuesday 12 April.
Part of the Wolvercote Mill Stream at Port Meadow, Oxford, and the East Cowes Esplanade on the Isle of Wight will be added to the list of bathing waters.
A £2.6 billion, six-year programme of work dedicated to improving flood and coastal defences has exceeded its original targets by 14,000 homes.
Nottingham man caught removing Chub from River Trent.
An angler has been fined £333 after he went fishing without a valid licence.
The Environment Agency has produced a new film showing how it is working with farmers in the River Axe catchment in East Devon to improve water quality and compliance with environmental legislation.
The in-game Preston world is the first activity of its kind that uses Artificial Intelligence to map a region and convert it into an interactive Minecraft map.
Environment Agency is checking hundreds of flood assets to make sure they are fully operational and ready to protect against flood risk.
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