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Environment Agency warns poor crop-management could increase region's flooding and pollution
The Bourn Flood Risk Management Scheme aims to minimise flooding from the River Bourn by creating flood storage areas to hold excess water during high rainfall.
2,000 fish die as double pump failure diverts sewage across fields into watercourse.
Letter from the Chief Executive of the Environment Agency, Philip Duffy regarding inspections of water company assets.
40 projects across England set to benefit from £25 million funding for using nature to increase the nation’s flood resilience
Nottingham Crown Court told how liquid escaped from ruptured tank on lorry into nearby ponds killing fish.
Helen Wakeham, the Environment Agency's Director of Water, delivers a speech at the Summit on learning from the past to deliver for the future.
Two men from Nottingham have pleaded guilty at Wellingborough Magistrates Court to fishing illegally, in cases brought by the Environment Agency.
Alan Lovell, Chair of the Environment Agency delivers speech at 2024 NFU Conference.
Four anglers from Birmingham, Stoke on Trent, Telford, and Shrewsbury received total penalties of £1,507 for fishing without a licence.
The Environment Agency prosecuted Severn Trent Water for huge discharge of raw sewage
at treatment works in Stoke.
Water company inspections will more than quadruple as the government cracks down on poor performing companies.
Devon’s Pebblebed Heaths National Nature Reserve to extended by nearly 90 hectares, the equivalent of 128 football pitches, to encompass a unique wetland
A Northumberland man who made his neighbours’ lives a misery during lockdown by storing and burning waste on an illegal waste site has been sentenced.
Some 38 people have been caught fishing illegally and will pay more than £12,000 in fines and costs.
Local wildlife trusts to receive a £20,000+ windfall.
Pensioner's Poltimore piles prison punishment.
A Nottinghamshire man has been found guilty of fishing illegally on two counts in a case brought by the Environment Agency.
The stream was polluted after a farm inspection by the Environment Agency recommended improvements should be made to prevent possible pollution.
A man from Coalville, Leicestershire has been found guilty of fishing illegally in Warwickshire in a case brought by the Environment Agency.
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