Steady improvement in compliance with environmental permitting conditions among industries regulated by the Environment Agency appears to have stalled. Gareth Simkins reports
DEFRA is on track to deliver all the secondary legislation required before the UK leaves the EU in March 2019, environment secretary Michael Gove has said.
Conservative MP and European Research Group (ERG) member Matthew Offord has said it would be “good for the United Kingdom” to continue to operate within the EU’s REACH chemicals regime after Brexit
The Environment Agency (EA) has said it is “monitoring the situation” at a waste management facility in West Dereham after a fly infestation prompted more than 50 complaints from local residents
A man who ran and abandoned two illegal waste tyre sites in Cambridgeshire has been handed an eight month prison sentence suspended for 24 months
The government would seek to maintain as much regulatory continuity for chemicals as possible in the event of a no-deal Brexit, according to guidance issued on Friday afternoon
Click through to view an interactive map showing the status of the air quality measures being drawn up by a group of 33 councils ordered to look into meeting legal standards for nitrogen dioxide earlier this year
Leeds City Council has published its final clean air zone plan, seeking £40m for infrastructure, scrappage and retrofitting older vehicles
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