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Water and sewerage companies will be able to reduce the frequency with which they monitor the sewage they discharge into water bodies, after the Environment Agency relaxed its permitting requirements because of Covid-19
Anglian Water’s wastewater treatment plant in Cambridge has released more effluent into the river Cam than allowed in its environmental permit since 2015
Highly toxic chemicals in the seas around the UK are threatening the fertility of porpoises and other marine mammals and could lead to a decline in their populations, according to a new study
The forthcoming Office for Environmental Protection 'cannot be all things to all' but it will not become the lapdog that so many fear, its chair Dame Glenys Stacey has said
The Court of Session has ruled that ministers acted unlawfully in blocking a proposed no-trawler scheme in Scotland’s inshore waters
The sites of hundreds of old buried landfills containing hazardous waste have been uncovered in an investigation by the ENDS Report, which also reveals the locations of hundreds more dumps whose contents remain unknown even to the Environment Agency
The deal states that the UK or the EU ‘shall not weaken or reduce’ protections but demonstrating breaches of the clause would mean one party having to prove that changes would affect trade or investment. David Burrows reports
After a Covid-induced malaise, the next 12 months is set to be a bumper period for strategies and consultations on the swathe of policies needed to address Brexit, climate change, air pollution and biodiversity in the UK
Flybe, British Ceramic Tile, Bellway Homes and Severn Trent Water were among the firms handed the heftiest fines for environmental offences in 2020
From the return of the Environment Bill to criticisms of the Environment Agency and the failure of all England's water bodies to meet legal quality standards, ENDS looks back at the biggest stories of the year
Nuisance law has long been used to prevent water pollution, but could it be applied in a new way? A forthcoming case aims to test the water. Isabella Kaminski reports
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