Environment Agency names priority abstraction reform catchments

The first four priority catchments for abstraction reform have been named by the Environment Agency (EA).

Canal boat on the river Ely
The river Ely

The first four priority catchments for abstraction reform have been named by the Environment Agency (EA).

They are the Idle & Torne in East Midlands, the South Forty Foot in Lincolnshire and Northamptonshire (also known as The Black Sluice), East Suffolk in East Anglia and Cam & Ely Ouse in East Anglia.

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