Agency's credibility threatened by monitoring shake-up

A review under way within the Environment Agency of its environmental monitoring programmes is likely to raise concern that its role as a regulator will be compromised. Key proposals already made in the review include a major shift to self-monitoring by businesses, with the Agency drawing back into more of an audit role, as well as reductions in water sampling despite concerns that this would weaken the quality of environmental information.

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