Agency agonises over chemicals monitoring

The Environment Agency is still deliberating over setting priorities for chemicals monitoring activities years after its existing policies were recognised as woefully inadequate. A new research report concludes that the Agency may need to find £400,000 per annum to fund the analysis of 18 priority chemicals such as alkyl phenols, perfluorinated organics and flame retardants.1

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