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Earlier this week [25th November] a joint operation between the Environment Agency and Durham Constabulary saw three suspected poachers being detained on the River Wear at Weardale in County Durham.
4 boat owners living in Cambridgeshire must pay more than £4,000 after they failed to register their vessels.
Members of the public are being asked to help out to limit the spread of quagga mussels in the East Midlands.
A flood alleviation scheme, which will better protect properties in the Marygate area, has been given the green light by City of York Council's planning officers
FCERM coming soon
The Environment Agency has improved the free flood warning system and is able to offer the communities of Etwall in Derbyshire better information about flooding.
Emma Howard Boyd, Chair of the Environment Agency to the Institute of Water
The Environment Agency has intercepted increasing amounts of contaminated plastic waste which were bound for illegal export.
Chance police check in Chiswick.
Works will see creation of ‘green corridor’ benefiting people and wildlife.
Environment Agency officers remove contaminated fire-fighting water which has collected in pools on the site of a major fire in Bradford
Plans to help reduce flood risk on the River Foss north of Strensall in York were approved today
A Lincolnshire food company has paid £50,000 towards environmental improvements after untreated waste water from its plant polluted a nearby stream.
The new measures are part of the Prime Minister's 10 Point Plan to help kickstart the nation’s green recovery.
Dog walkers, canoeists and other river users asked to ‘check – clean – dry’ to prevent spread of diseases and protect native crayfish populations.
The Environment Agency’s priority is to protect people and the environment, and to support those we regulate during the coronavirus pandemic.
The company has been ordered to pay £7,861 after they were caught taking water illegally 5 times in less than a month.
The Environment Agency is urging communities to be prepared for flooding as it launches its annual Flood Action Week [9-15 November].
A further section of the £30 million Burton-upon-Trent flood defence project has been opened to the public by the Environment Agency.
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