SEPA restructures again as it seeks role as 'environmental champion'

Social justice, environmental health and community engagement are the new buzzwords of the Scottish Environment Protection Agency under its latest restructuring plans. The move is designed to reinvigorate SEPA after a difficult period marked by internal strife and mediocre performance on a range of environmental indicators.

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